Tuesday 26 September 2023
Notebook shipments of top-5 brands resume in growing trend in August, says DIGITIMES Research
The global top-5 notebook brands, not including Apple, together witnessed their first on-year shipment growth for nearly 20 months in August 2023 at 4%. Compared to July, their shipments...
Tuesday 26 September 2023
Notebook shipment update, August 2023


Tuesday 26 September 2023
Notebook lens suppliers see sales strengthen in 3Q23
Notebook lens specialists, such as Ability Opto-Electronics Technology (AOET) and Powertip Image (PTIC), have seen sales strengthen since July thanks to a gradual pickup in end-market...
Monday 25 September 2023
Taiwan USB interface suppliers concerned more about Type-C adoption in notebooks than iPhones
The iPhone 15 series has officially adopted the USB Type-C interface in compliance with EU policies, which is widely believed to benefit Taiwan's high-speed transmission interface...
Wednesday 13 September 2023
Suppliers see MacBook utilization rates halved in 2H23
Suppliers have seen utilization rates for Apple MacBooks cut in half in the second half of the year compared with the same period in 2022, indicating a sluggish second half of 2023...
Thursday 7 September 2023
AI may revive PCs
AI may be the catalyst for PC resurgence and return Microsoft to a key position to lead PC growth, according to sources at notebook ODMs.
Tuesday 5 September 2023
Gaming notebook demand remains robust
Notebook shipments in the second half of 2023 are expected to be weak, with only gaming notebooks likely to witness growth, according to notebook ODM sources.
Monday 4 September 2023
India roundup: notebook orders in India increase before import license requirements take effect
Before India's import license requirements take effect in November, notebook orders have increased in India to reduce uncertainties. PC and notebook vendors also applied for India's...
Friday 1 September 2023
Notebook orders increase for Indian market
Brand notebook vendors have stepped up their pace of orders destined for the Indian market and are expanding local assembly production capacity in response to the Indian government's...
Thursday 31 August 2023
Notebook demand outlook for 2H23 remains cloudy
Despite the traditional peak season, the outlook for notebook demand in the second half of this year remains unclear, with order pull-ins for consumer electronics also sluggish, according...
Monday 28 August 2023
Twinhead expects growing ruggedized notebook orders with rising geopolitical tensions
Taiwan-based notebook maker Twinhead expects its Durabook brand ruggedized notebooks to enjoy increasing orders as governments worldwide are raising their expenses for national defense,...
Friday 25 August 2023
Notebook component suppliers land more short lead-time orders
Notebook component suppliers have observed a trend in which their customers increasingly opt for short lead-time orders as opposed to regular ones, according to industry sources....
Friday 25 August 2023
Notebook price cuts to stay fierce until end-2023
The current market for notebooks is witnessing intense price reductions initiated by both retailers and brand vendors, a trend that is anticipated to persist until the end of this...
Monday 21 August 2023
From inefficient to pioneer: notebook supply chain's early shift to Vietnam
Due to the continued rise of labor costs, establishing a second supply chain for the notebook industry outside of China is a discussion topic that surfaces now and then. However,...
Monday 21 August 2023
HP reportedly to make NBs in Thailand; order competition imminent
Industry insiders told DIGITIMES that HP would make notebooks in Thailand. Made-in-Thailand HP notebooks are expected to be shipped in the first half of 2024, and the production capacity...
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