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Notebook makers bullish as fixed Intel chipsets arrive

Posted on Thursday, February 24 2011 @ 20:31:44 CET by

Sources at laptop makers told DigiTimes that sales are expected to rebound strongly now that Intel's fixed 6-series chipsets are starting to ship. The chip giant is ahead of schedule, originally the issue was expected to linger until April but now it appears supply will fully recover in March.
Taiwan-based notebook makers are already assembling notebooks with fixed 6 series chipsets as Intel's progress in fixing its defective chipsets is ahead of schedule and most of the makers already received new samples from Intel last week; therefore, notebook makers believe their shipments in March will rebound strongly, according to sources from notebook makers.

The sources pointed out that new notebook products will be able to ship to Europe and US channels by the end of February via air and will only see a 1-2 week delay compared to brand vendors' original launch schedules.



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