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Thursday, 13 September 2007 08:10

MSI to make 1 million notebooks this year

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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MSI Shanghai 07: Doubling year by year


Back in
2004 MSI has decided to enter the notebook market and in its first year it sold about 120.000 notebooks. In the next year, the 2005 it doubled to 250.000 while in 2006 it again doubled to 500.000 Notebooks.


As MSI continues to grow 100 percent in a year it expects to get to a million notebook sold in 2007. The company is happy with its growth and you can see that this is the place where the company wants to go.


MSI currently offers great notebooks at much better prices than most of the competition and it works hard to make its brand stronger in notebook business. The company will sell more than eight times more notebooks than in four years ago, and that is a great accomplishment. 

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