Acer's September revenues reached NT$29.45 billion (US$912.49 million), up 40.23% from a month ago mainly thanks to strong 2-in-1 device sales, procurement orders from the education industry and shipments of new Windows 10-based products. Acer's third-quarter consolidated revenues also grew 11.82% sequentially to reach NT$67.32 billion.
Chen said that Acer is not particularly optimistic about its future operation and therefore is taking a conservative attitude since exchange rates worldwide and the consumer market have been fluctuating a lot recently. Chen refused to estimate demand for the year-end holidays and only said that Acer will release products that are different from the past to attract consumers.
Acer hopes to achieve growth in enterprise laptop market
Posted on Tuesday, Oct 13 2015 @ 13:54 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck