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Acer delivered new Sandy Bridge laptops in under 2 weeks

Posted on Saturday, March 05 2011 @ 13:16:50 CET by

DigiTimes reports Acer beat other laptop makers to the punch by taking less than two weeks to restock laptops with the fixed Sandy Bridge chipset:
Acer took less than two weeks to re-produce notebooks with fixed Intel Sandy Bridge chipsets and ship them to retail channels worldwide; leading all other global brands, mainly due to the company's strong execution ability, according to Acer Taiwan president Scott Lin.

After the company received fixed chipsets from Intel on February 17, related motherboards were already starting to ship to ODM partners by February 19 and these partners started to ship finished notebooks on February 23; about 3,000 units were shipped to Taiwan. After finishing the related customs work during Taiwan's holidays between February 26-28, the new Sandy Bridge notebooks were able to appear in Taiwan's retail channel on March 1, the earliest among notebook brands, Lin detailed.



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