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Taipei, Feb. 23 (CNA) Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. was bracing for a weakening personal computer market in Turkey, where consumer demand was hammered by increasing preference for tablets and fluctuating exchange rates.
The Hong Kong -based brokerage said the main negative factor in Asustek's product mix remains smartphones, citing the relatively low 1.6 million smartphones shipped in 2013 and their operating margin of minus 13 percent. "(Asustek) management guided
Securities has raised its price targets for shares of Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. because of anticipated margin growth resulting from the company's favorable tablet product mix. Wednesday that the PC vendor is expected to post net income of NT$5.3
Taipei, Jan. 28 (CNA) Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc...Johnny Shih said the information and communications technology industry is restructuring in its "biggest paradigm shift" from personal computing to cloud computing technology.
While Acer's shipments declined 7.6 percent from a year earlier -- more than the 6.4 percent decrease seen in the overall market -- the company's performance was supported by seasonal retail replenishment and solid progress in commercial strategy
Taipei, Jan. 13 (CNA) Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. was ranked as the second-largest personal computer maker in Japan last year, thanks to its tablet sales, according to data from the Tokyo-based research firm BCN Inc.
Some market analysts said previously that Google might not continue its partnership with AsusTek in launching a third generation Nexus tablet after having collaborated with the Taiwanese computer giant in introducing its first and second generations
The tablets are intended for digitalized libraries in remote areas of each of those countries, where they will be used to promote electronic learning and Chinese culture, Asustek said. "Asustek hopes not just to help out low-income students in Taiwan,
Taipei, Nov. 29 (CNA) Asustek Computer Inc. returned to the top spot on the Ministry of Economic Affairs list of top Taiwanese global brands, its first time in the number one spot in six years. "Outstanding innovation and nimble adaptation to
Taipei, Nov. 27 (CNA) Taiwan's Asustek Computer Inc. said Wednesday that it expects its notebook computer unit sales to grow 20 percent year-on-year at the IT Month trade fair scheduled to kick off Nov. 30. The company also forecast that its tablet