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Notebook market is still alive!

According to Digitimes Research, the global notebook shipments will reach 55 millions units in 2Q12. This represents an increase of 17.6% on quarter, and 9.5% on year.

Without any surprise, the largest vendor will be HP with a total shipment of 10 millions pieces (18.2%) in this quarter. It will be followed by:

– Lenovo with 8.425 million units (15.3%),
– Acer with 7.4 million units (13.4%),
– Asustek Computer with 6.2 million units (11.3%),
– Dell with 5.5 million units (10%),
– Toshiba with 4.565 million units (8.3%),
– Apple with 4.1 million units (7.5%),
– and Samsung Electronics with 2.9 million units (5.3%).

The top five ODMs are Quanta Computer Inc (廣達), Compal Electronics Inc (仁寶), Wistron Corp (緯創), Inventec Corp (英業達) and Pegatron Corp (和碩), and they account for about 90 percent of global notebook shipments.

Global shipments in the whole year of 2012 are projected at 236 million notebooks.

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