Monday 30 November 2009
Acer considering new acquisition for PC business, maybe Japan-based vendor, says chairman
Acer chairman JT Wang recently revealed that the company is currently thinking of a new acquisition to strengthen its PC business and is in talks with several vendors, in particular...
Wednesday 4 November 2009
Acer chairman calls for cross-strait cooperation on WiMAX, e-book readers
Acer chairman JT Wang, who also serves as chairman of the Taipei Computer Association (TCA), has invited China-based players to attend Computex 2010 and hopes participation could...
Thursday 29 October 2009
Acer to target shipments of 40 million notebooks in 2010, says chairman
Acer looks set to comfortably achieve its notebook shipments goal of more than 30 million units for 2009, and is looking to mark two major milestones in 2010, shipping more than 40...
Tuesday 6 October 2009
Acer chairman says company on target for 10% sales growth for 4Q09
Acer chairman JT Wang recently assured investors that the company will achieve its forecasted 10% growth in consolidated revenues for the fourth quarter of 2009 thanks to the launch...
Wednesday 12 August 2009
Acer lowers ultra-thin sales target for 2H09
Acer chairman JT Wang has commented that sales performance of ultra-thin notebooks has so far fallen short of goals, adding Acer has internally downward adjusted the segment's target...
Thursday 25 June 2009
Acer not concerned about Nokia entering netbook market, says chairman
Acer chairman JT Wang has commented that the company is not concerned about the possible entrance of Nokia in the netbook market, noting that PC vendors will have the advantage when...
Tuesday 23 June 2009
Asustek and Acer chairmen hold differing views on ultra-thin notebooks, says paper
Asustek Computer chairman Jonney Shih has recently expressed his conservative attitude toward the future potential of ultra-thin notebooks, while Acer chairman JT Wang is optimistic...
Friday 5 June 2009
Acer Android netbooks will still ship with Windows, reveals chairman
The Android netbooks recently announced by Acer will actually ship as dual-boot systems with both Android and Windows, according Acer chairman JT Wang.
Tuesday 2 June 2009
Acer leads CULV notebook competitors by 6-9 months, claims chairman
Acer's global notebook market share is expected to grow further since the company is leading its competitors by six to nine months in the CULV notebook market, according to company...
Wednesday 6 May 2009
Windows 7 penetration rate to be higher than Vista two years from launch, says Microsoft Taiwan
The penetration rate of Windows 7 will be significantly higher than that of Windows Vista in the business sector in a two-year period after the new OS is launched, according to sources...
Thursday 30 April 2009
Acer chairman confirms Timeline ultra-thin notebook production problems
Acer chairman JT Wang has confirmed that the company's new Timeline ultra-thin notebook product line is facing a panel shortage.
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