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  • sujit_98 sujit_98 Mar 8, 2013 12:31 PM Flag

    HP, Acer, Asustek to ship 2.0, 1.7, 1.1 million notebooks in March, say Taiwan makers Aaron Lee, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Friday 8 March 2013]

    Hewlett-Packard (HP), Acer and Asustek Computer will ship two million, 1.7 million and 1.1 million notebooks in March, growing over 27%, nearly 20% and 17-18%, respectively, according to Taiwan-based supply chain makers.

    Although HP will have the strongest on-month shipment growth among the top-5 notebook brands in March, the US company's shipments will still fall behind those of Lenovo in the first quarter, losing its leading position to the China-based vendor.

    Lenovo's shipments will enjoy a 10% growth on month in March, while Dell is expected to suffer a drop.

    Since most suppliers of upstream components, especially touch panels which are suffering shortages, still give supply priorities based on a vendors' shipment market share, if they do not push their shipment volumes, brand vendors have a higher chance of falling behind competitors.

    In the second quarter, HP is expected to enjoy a sequential shipment growth of 33%, Asustek 41%, Toshiba 42%, Lenovo 20%, Dell 19% and Acer 10%.

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    • "Since most suppliers of upstream components, especially touch panels which are suffering shortages, still give supply priorities based on a vendors' shipment market share, if they do not push their shipment volumes, brand vendors have a higher chance of falling behind competitors."

      Intel contracted for the touch panels last year for Ultrabooks. Ultrabook shipments should be OK.

    • CeBIT 2013] Yesterday, I met with Karen Regis, Director, Ultrabook Marketing at Intel and she showed me a reference design prototype for an Ultrabook featuring the Intel fourth generation of Intel Core i-series processors (codenamed Haswell).

      The 17 millimeter thick device was shown at CES for the first time, and Intel has built only four units like this one. The process

    • [CeBIT 2013] Yesterday, I met with Karen Regis, Director, Ultrabook Marketing at Intel and she showed me a reference design prototype for an Ultrabook featuring the Intel fourth generation of Intel Core i-series processors (codenamed Haswell).

      The 17 millimeter thick device was shown at CES for the first time, and Intel has built only four units like this one. The processor manufacturer has made it easier to detach the touch display by adding a button and a green light to unlock the docking connector (see the demo in the video).
      Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT Intel Ultrabook Prototype with Haswell Spoted at CeBIT

      When detached, the display is 10 millimeter thick, it becomes a Windows 8 Tablet and provides 10 hours of battery life, when attached to the keyboard, it can run for 13 hours on one charge, according to Intel.

      Additionally, there is a “magic” button that allows to extend the touch display area up to the edges: when you detach the tablet, the black bands surrounding the screen are not sensitive to touch, so you do not trigger any task when you take it off the dock, and when hitting the button at the top, these black bands disappear and the touch area becomes larger.

    • Growth in laptops? How will the "PC is dead" analysts explain this?

 
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