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ASUS still largest netbook maker, says CEO

Posted on Friday, April 23 2010 @ 13:40:19 CEST by

DigiTimes wrote yesterday that Samsung became world's second biggest netbook shipper in the first quarter of this year, but Asustek CEO Jerry Shen contradicts this and claims that based on Intel Atom processor shipments, his company is still number two. Shen was also optimistic about the global notebook market, he envisions ASUS can take the third place in 2011, and he also believes his company can rise to 50 percent of the worldwide motherboard market in 2014.
Jerry Shen, CEO of Asustek Computer, during a shareholders meeting on April 22, said that based on Intel's Atom processor shipments, the company was still the world's second largest netbook maker in the first quarter of 2010.

According to Digitimes research, Samsung Electronics shipped 1.8 million netbooks in the first quarter, surpassing Asustek Computer and only behind Acer with a shipments gap of less than 100,000 units



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