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Tuesday 28 December 2010
Hanvon turns to e-book reader solutions combining hardware and software
As China-based e-book reader maker Hanvon Technology has recently achieved sales over one million units, the company plans to expand its business model from only selling hardware...
Monday 20 December 2010
The e-book reader market: Q&A with E Ink chairman Scott Liu and Hanvon chairman Liu Yingjian (Part I)
Developing color e-book readers using e-paper has been a challenge for makers. But Hanvon, at this year's FPD International in Japan in November, announced what is considered to be...
Friday 17 December 2010
China market: Hanvon to launch TouchPad B10 tablet PC in January
China-based Hanvon Technology will begin to market its first Windows 7-based tablet PC, the TouchPad B10, in the China market in January 2011. Hanvon is currently outsourcing production...
Wednesday 1 December 2010
Hanwang color e-book reader to launch in 1Q11
Hanwang Technology will launch a color e-book reader using an EPD panel from E Ink Holdings (EIH) at the end of the first quarter of 2011, and will start e-book reader trails in junior...
Wednesday 24 November 2010
Hanwang to maintain over 70% of China e-book reader market share in 2010
Hanwang Technology's e-book reader shipments are expected to exceed one million units in 2010, an increase of 150% from about 400,000 units in 2009, and the vendor is expected to...
Tuesday 28 September 2010
Xander receives sole distribution right for Hanwang products in Taiwan
Taiwan-based channel retailer Xander International received the sole distribution right for selling products from China-based Hanwang and the company plans to sell 2,000 Hanwang e-book...
Friday 13 August 2010
Hanwang to set up R&D center in Taiwan
China-based e-book reader maker Hanwang Technology plans to invest US$1 million to set up a R&D center in Taiwan at the end of 2010, according to company chairman Liu Ying-jian...
Wednesday 11 August 2010
Global e-book reader shipments to be 2-3 times higher in 2H10, says E Ink chairman
Price-cut competition for e-book readers among global vendors including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Sony and Hanvon is expected to stimulate demand in the second half of 2010, with...
Monday 26 July 2010
Hanwang revenues soar in 1H10
China-based e-book reader maker Hanwang Technology has posted revenues of 674.41 million yuan (US$99.52 million) for the first half of 2010, increasing 283.36% on year. Net profit...
Thursday 22 July 2010
Hanwang facing weak tablet PC sales, while Lenovo aggressive
China-based e-book reader maker Hanwang in June saw its tablet PC shipments reach only 1,500-2,000 units, a lot lower than the company's expectations, according to sources from PC...
Tuesday 20 July 2010
Hanvon has 61% of China e-book reader market in 1H10, says Digitimes Research
Hanvon, the e-book reader brand of China-based Hanwang Technology, had 61.4% of the e-book reader market in China in the first half of the 2010, according to Digitimes Research.
Monday 19 July 2010
Hanwang denies e-book reader inventory piling up, says paper
China-based Hanwang Technology has denied rumors that its Hanvon-branded e-book reader sales have been seriously dampened by competition from the Apple iPad and its current inventory...
Friday 4 June 2010
Computex 2010: A look at the e-book readers
The surging popularity of e-book readers have sent many vendors and makers jumping on he bandwagon. At Computex 2010, there is an E-Reading section (booth C510) showcasing the latest...
Thursday 3 June 2010
Computex 2010: Hanwang to launch sub-1,000 yuan tablet PCs by year-end
Hanwang Technology plans to launch consumer tablet PCs with prices below 1,000 yuan (US$146) by the end of 2010, according company chairman Liu Yingjian speaking at Computex 2010...
Thursday 3 June 2010
Hanwang aims to lead global e-book reader market in 2 years, says chairman
China-based Hanwang Technology, which markets its products under the Hanvon brand, aims to become the largest vendor of e-book readers worldwide in two years, according to company...