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Thursday, 30 April 2009 11:46

Acer hopes to become top notebook vendor next year

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Acer chairman
J.T. Wand expects notebook shipments, revenues and profits to grow this quarter.

He is estimating notebook shipments in the second half will grow by 35 to 40 percent sequentially, and that overall shipments in 2009 will grow 25 to 30 year-on-year. Wang expects the outfit to become the largest notebook vendor in the world by 2010.

In related news, Wang has confirmed reports of panel supply issues hindering the Timeline CULV-notebook launch, but claims Acer has found a new panel supplier and that the issue will be resolved soon.

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