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Friday 28 March 2014
Acer announces Greater China president Scott Lin to retire; posts losses for 2013
Acer has announced that Scott Lin, Senior Corporate VP and President of Greater China regional operations will retire on April 30, 2013. Lin has been at the company for 30 years,...
Monday 6 May 2013
Touchscreen models to account for 50% of Acer notebook shipments in 2014
Acer is set to raise the shipment proportion of its touchscreen notebooks from 12% of the total volume in the first quarter to 50% by 2014 and 70% by 2015, according to Acer vice...
Thursday 1 November 2012
Acer Greater China president expects 10% growth in 2013 notebook shipments
President of Acer Greater China Scott Lin, commenting on the touchscreen and convertible notebook trends brought on by Windows 8, pointed out that he believes these trends can resurrect...
Wednesday 30 November 2011
Strong Black Friday sales do not represent economic recovery, say PC players
Despite that total purchasing on Black Friday is estimated to have amounted at US$11.4 billion, up 6.6% on year, PC players are still conservative about upcoming demand since the...
Tuesday 29 November 2011
Acer will not give up netbook market, says VP
Commenting on the recent rumors that Korea-based Samsung Electronics will stop producing 10.1-inch netbooks in the first quarter of 2012, leaving the netbook market to the top-2 players...
Thursday 29 September 2011
Ultrabooks expected to impact tablet PCs
With notebook players such as Acer, Asustek Computer as well as Lenovo, Toshiba, Samsung Electronics and Hewlett-Packard (HP) all set launch ultrabooks in the near future, sources...
Tuesday 20 September 2011
Intel downstream partners request CPU price drop
Executives from Intel's PC partners - Acer Taiwan president Scott Lin and Compal Electronics president Ray Chen both have invoked Intel to help drop the Ultrabook price to below US$1,000...
Tuesday 19 July 2011
Acer, HP undergoing management reshuffle
Acer, on July 18, announced it has recruited Dave Chan, former Hewlett-Packard (HP) China vice president, as general manager of its Touch Business Group in China. Also, while company...
Thursday 7 April 2011
Acer expects component shortages for tablet PCs and smartphones
Commenting about the tablet PC market, Acer Taiwan president Scott Lin pointed out that the company is currently working aggressively over its tablet PCs and is doing a marvelous...
Thursday 7 April 2011
Taiwan market: Acer announces new Timeline notebooks; aims to sell 6 million units
Acer has announced its third-generation Timeline notebooks featuring Intel's Sandy Bridge processor and ultra-thin industrial design in Taiwan and the company is aiming to sell six...
Thursday 17 March 2011
PC supply chain still has up to 3 months of inventory, says Acer Taiwan president
Acer Taiwan president Scott Lin has pointed out that the PC industry's upstream supply chain still has an inventory level of about 2.5-3 months, and therefore will only see limited...
Thursday 30 September 2010
Netbooks will not die, says Acer Taiwan president
Commenting on market watchers' pessimistic view toward netbook's future as PC players are turning aggressive about the tablet PC market, Acer Taiwan president Scott Lin at a press...
Monday 1 February 2010
Acer has no plans for iPad-like product, says Acer Taiwan president
Acer will focus on pushing ultra-thin notebooks for 2010 and currently has no plans to jump on the bandwagon to launch a hardware device similar to Apple's new iPad, according to...
Friday 11 December 2009
Acer integrating marketing and sales channels to drive handset sales
Acer is integrating its marketing and sales channels for notebooks and smartphones in order to boost sales of smartphones, according to Scott Lin, president of Acer Taiwan.
Thursday 18 June 2009
Acer expects desktop shipments to grow on year
Acer expects its desktop shipments to see growth on year, as it gains customers from the DIY market, according to Scott Lin, president of Acer Taiwan.