Supplies of notebooks in 2009 amount to 130 million units
December 3, 2008, 9:18 am
Despite the rather pessimistic view for 2009, market researchers believe that a total of Hewlett-Packard (HP), Acer, Dell, Toshiba and Asustek Computer released for future 12 months, about 130 million laptops. If disassemble projections for companies that HP should put 40 million units, Acer - 30 million, Dell 22 million, Toshiba - 20 million (these assumptions are based on volume orders outside assembler Inventec). Entertaining in this situation look at Asustek, which plans to issue about 7-8 million alone netbukov Eee PC. In total, this manufacturer is going to release in 2009 15-16 million notebooks. Incidentally, it Asustek out of the five largest Lenovo in the third quarter of this year. reported earlier that the company Apple can seriously reduce the supply of its products next year. Meanwhile, a major emphasis on netbuki. They are relatively inexpensive, compact and appears to be using during the recession, consumer activity more popular.