Notebook makers expect uptick in demand in Q2 2020

Posted on Tuesday, March 31 2020 @ 11:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Taiwanese notebook ODMs are seeing a lot more orders for the second quarter of this year. Because millions are now forced to work and study at home, there's a big uptick in demand for enterprise and educational notebooks and tablets. DigiTimes reports the demand is expected to be short-lived though, as these are pretty mature markets.
Stay-at-home needs triggered by the coronavirus-imposed lockdowns in many parts of the world have boosted demand for enterprise and educational notebooks and tablets. Taiwan-based notebook ODMs now expect robust shipment growth in second-quarter 2020. But many of them expect the growth to be shortlived for a mature market that can hardly support their long-term growth. They remain keen on developing non-notebook devices to shore up profitability. Also being propelled by stay-at-home economy is the memory sector, which has seen significant demand from the server, gaming, notebook and STB sectors.

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