Quanta: Global Notebooks to Grow 25% in 2008 PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 04 June 2008 06:55
TAO YUAN SHIEN, TAIWAN – The largest contract laptop maker in the world, Quanta Computer Inc., said global notebook PC shipments are expected to increase 25% in 2008, as consumer demand remains strong.
 
Global low-cost notebook shipments will reach about 10 million this year, as the demand for the 8-10" Netbook market grows, says the firm.
 
The company’s co-founder and vice chairman C.C. Leung said in a statement he expects global notebook shipments to hit 130 million units this year.
 
Quanta’s sales are expected to rise more than 20% in the last two quarters of 2008, compared to 2007. The company expects to ship 40 million notebook units, compared to 32 million last year.
 
Quanta’s second-quarter results have not yet been released.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 June 2008 06:56
 

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