6 news items tagged KJS
Inventec halts Kohjinsha brand notebooksThursday 1 July 2010
Taiwan-based notebook maker Inventec has recently decided to halt launching mini-notebook products using its sub-brand Kohjinsha (KJS) and the team in the future will focus on notebook...
Inventec notebook shipments may drop to as low as 23 million units in 2010Thursday 27 August 2009
Inventec's notebook shipment forecast for 2010 has been reduced by market watchers from the previous estimate of up to 27 million units, to only 23-25 million units, since Inventec...
Inventec to take majority stake in Japan-based KJS, says paperWednesday 25 February 2009
Inventec has announced that it will invest 230 million Japanese yen (US$2.37 million) in Japan-based Kohjinsha (KJS). The investment will raise the company's holdings in Kohjinsha...
WinHEC 2008: Inventec KJS S32 UMPC awarded for connectivityFriday 26 December 2008
The Kohjinsha (KJS) S32 UMPC, developed by Inventec, has won a WinHEC 2008 award in the Internet category because of its connectivity integration. The 7-inch device supports 3.5G,...
Taiwan market: Netbooks see further price cutsMonday 15 December 2008
As 10-inch netbooks have fallen in price to below NT$17,000 (US$512) helping to increase their popularity in Taiwan's channel market, notebook vendors who are still carrying large...
Inventec subsidiary launches not-so-MIDsFriday 24 October 2008
Kojinsha (KJS), a Japan-based mini notebook brand subsidiary of Inventec has launched Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) using 7- and 8.9-inch panels.
KJS PM series netbook
Photo: Company, Friday 2 October 2009
KJS SX series MID featuring 8.9-inch rotatable touch panel
Photo: Company, Thursday 20 November 2008