DigiTimes heard Asustek has increased its notebook shipment target for 2010:
Asustek Computer is expected to increase its combined shipments target for notebooks and netbooks in 2010 from originally 16 million units to 17-17.5 million units, contributed mainly by the Europe and China markets, according to industry sources.
However, Asustek will maintain its shipments guidance for motherboards at 21 million units since the DIY market is unlikely to see strong growth in 2010.
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Re: Asustek more optimistic about notebook market in 2010 by Anonymous on Tuesday, December 01 2009 @ 05:03:13 CET
What do you want to bet that even if Intel can't manage it, USB 3.0 figures into most notebook makers plans for growth for 2010... (via add in NEC chip)