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Tuesday 30 June 2009
Asustek lowers prices to clear stocks of 7-, 8.9-inch Eee PCs
Asustek Computer has reduce retail prices of its 7-inch and 8.9-inch Eee PCs in an attempt to clear inventory.
Friday 26 June 2009
Asustek comments on cracking panel issue in Eee PC 1008HA, reports paper
Asustek Computer has commented on a recent defect affecting its Eee PC 1008HA netbook relating to cracked screens, saying that the defect was identified before the netbooks reached...
Monday 1 June 2009
Asustek evaluating Nvidia Ion for netbooks and nettops
Asustek Computer is considering launching Nvidia Ion-based netbooks and nettops and recently started testing related samples, according to industry sources.
Thursday 14 May 2009
Taiwan market: Asustek launches Eee PC 1008HA
Asustek Computer, on May 13, launched the 10.1-inch ultra-thin Eee PC 1008HA in both Taiwan and Hong Kong priced at NT$19,000 (US$578). The company expects the netbook's shipments...
Monday 4 May 2009
Asustek to launch 11.6-inch Eee PC later this month
Asustek Computer plans to launch an 11.6-inch Eee PC later this month, but will still consider 10-inch the mainstream specification for 2009, accounting for 50% of total shipments,...
Tuesday 21 April 2009
Acer, Asustek, MSI see 1Q09 netbook sales fall short of expectations
Taiwan-based netbook vendors saw shipment volumes fall short of their respective goals in the first quarter, according to sources at channel vendors.
Tuesday 21 April 2009
Asustek to showcase ultra-thin notebook lineup at Computex, says paper
Asustek Computer plans to showcase three ultra-thin notebook series at Computex 2009 – the UX, U and Edge series, targeting the high-end, mid-range and entry-level market, respectively...
Friday 10 April 2009
Compal and Pegatron see March revenues increase significantly
Taiwan-based ODM notebook makers, Compal Electronics and Pegatron Technology, saw their March revenues improve significantly from the previous month, according to data released by...
Tuesday 7 April 2009
Taiwan market: Asustek sees on-year notebook shipment growth of 15% in 1Q09
Asustek Computer's notebook shipments for the first quarter of 2009 grew 15% on year in the Taiwan market despite the economic decline. The company forecast Eee PC shipments in Taiwan...
Wednesday 1 April 2009
Asustek announces the Eee PC 1004DN netbook
Asustek Computer has announced the Eee PC 1004DN, the first in the Eee PC range to feature a super-multi optical disc drive (ODD), enabling users to read and write optical discs for...
Friday 27 March 2009
Asustek to launch new Eee PC with built-in ODD in mid-April
Asustek Computer is scheduled to launch its new Eee PC, the E1004DN, which will be the first Eee PC to have an optical disc drive (ODD), in mid-April, and will follow with the 1008HA...
Friday 13 March 2009
Japan market: Eee PC owns 27% of netbooks, says paper
Asustek Computer's Eee PCs are the best selling netbooks in Japan with a market share of 27.18% in terms of sales, according to a Chinese-language Commercial Times report...
Thursday 12 March 2009
Asustek reportedly considering merger of Eee PC and notebook departments
Asustek Computer is considering consolidating its Eee PC and notebook departments to help increase efficiency and decrease the management costs for the two departments, according...
Tuesday 10 March 2009
Asustek, Pegatron and Gigabyte see revenues decline in February
First-tier motherboard makers and vendors Asustek Computer, Pegatron Technology and Gigabyte Technology all saw revenues decline on year in February this year, according to market...
Thursday 5 March 2009
Asustek evaluating Qualcomm platform Eee PCs
Asustek Computer is evaluating the possibility of developing Eee PCs that adopt Qualcomm's platform, however the company currently does not yet have any mass production plans for...
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