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Monday 21 June 2021
Top-5 notebook vendor shipments slip 7% on month in May due to component shortages
Global top-5 notebook brands, not including Apple, saw their combined shipments drop 7% on month in May. Despite strong notebook demand from the end market, IC supply remained constrained,...
Friday 4 June 2021
Brand PC vendors moving to directly place orders with chipmakers
Brand PC vendors, such as HP, have moved to skip usual practice by placing orders directly with IC design houses that usually land orders from ODMs, according to industry sources.
Friday 4 June 2021
Qualcomm deepening deployments in 5G PC processors
Qualcomm is stepping up its deployments in 5G PC processors seeking to tap demand from the segments of both high-end commercial notebooks and lower-end education and consumer notebooks,...
Monday 31 May 2021
Global top-5 notebook brands expect 2022 shipments to remain stable
Global top-5 notebook brands, not including Apple, expect demand for notebooks to stay robust in the second half of 2021 and believe notebook shipments are unlikely to experience...
Friday 28 May 2021
Taiwan large-size LCD panels – 1Q 2021
Taiwan shipped a total of 72.25 million large-size LCD panels in the first quarter of 2021, down only 3.4% sequentially, despite the quarter being a slow season.
Thursday 27 May 2021
Global tablet market – 1Q 2021
First-quarter 2021 global tablet shipments amounted to 35.96 million units, down 22.7% from a quarter ago but up 45.5% from a year ago.
Thursday 20 May 2021
ODMs optimistic about enterprise PC demand in 2H21
Enterprise PC demand is expected to pick up substantially in the second half of 2021, as COVID-induced lockdowns in Europe and the US are being eased, according to sources at Taiwan-based...
Thursday 20 May 2021
China smartphone market and industry – 1Q 2021
First-quarter 2021 smartphone shipments to the China market amounted to 94.6 million units. The volume represented a growth of 9% quarter-over-quarter and an upsurge of 99.6% year-over-year...
Monday 17 May 2021
Global AIO PC shipments to rise 4% sequentially in 2Q21
Global all-in-one (AIO) PC shipments went down 5.5% sequentially to come to 3.37 million units in the first quarter of 2021, due to a high comparison base a quarter ago and shortages...
Tuesday 11 May 2021
Suppliers see orders slowing for handsets, notebooks from India
ODMs and other suppliers engaged in the notebook and handset industry supply chains have seen orders from India start slowing down recently, as a resurgence of COVID-19 infections...
Friday 7 May 2021
Taiwan notebooks – 1Q 2021
Global notebook shipments not including devices with detachable keyboards went down only 8.7% sequentially in the first quarter of 2021 as demand for education and gaming models remained...
Wednesday 5 May 2021
Global server market – 1Q 2021
First-quarter 2021 global server shipments amounted to 3.78 million units, down only 1.6% quarter-over-quarter and up 5.2% year-over-year.
Wednesday 5 May 2021
Apple may lead AIO PC market with new iMac
With chip and component suppliers prioritizing their shipments supporting high-end products, such as the iMac, Apple is likely to overtake HP as the top all-in-one (AIO) PC brand...
Tuesday 4 May 2021
Global tablet shipments drop sequentially in 1Q21
Global tablet shipments totaled 35.95 million units in the first quarter of 2021, down 22.7% sequentially, but 45.5% on year, meeting Digitimes Research's forecast in January.
Monday 3 May 2021
Global notebook shipments to surpass 62 million units in 2Q21
Global notebook shipments not including devices with detachable keyboards went down only 8.7% sequentially in the first quarter of 2021 as demand for education and gaming models remained...
Monday 4 September 2017
IFA 2017: Lenovo Star Wars AR headset
Lenovo and Disney have jointly unveiled Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, a new augmented reality Star Wars product. Jedi Challenges features a smartphone-powered Lenovo Mirage AR headset, Tracking Beacon, and Lightsaber controller. The product is compatible with both Android phones and iPhones, according to the vendor. Players will hone their Jedi talents across a variety of augmented reality-based experiences, each offering multiple levels of deep and immersive gameplay, according to Lenovo. To guide the player on this journey, Jedi Challenges will introduce an all-new Star Wars character, the Archivist. The Archivist instructs players in the ways of the Force and the knowledge of the Jedi. Throughout these challenges, users will train to perfect their lightsaber skills by taking on some of the most menacing villains the dark side has to offer, command armies in combat missions to defeat the Empire, and outwit their opponents in Holochess, all in augmented reality. Users start by downloading the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges app onto their compatible phone and sliding the phone into the tray of the Lenovo Mirage AR headset, which will provide full gaming immersion. The headset also comes with a Tracking Beacon, which is placed on the floor and acts as a stable base for the headset's sensors to detect the user' movement during gameplay. Equipped with two built-in fisheye sensors to provide inside-out positional tracking, the headset allows for free and natural motion for the player to move around. The headset pairs with a Lightsaber controller, modeled after the one wielded by Anakin Skywalker, Luke Skywalker, and Rey. Designed to be a key part of the experience, the Lightsaber acts as a controller and pointer, allowing players to navigate the user interface, with all controls, actions and commands activated with a simple two-button configuration.