Nov 152012
 

According to media reports and the supply chain manufacturers in Taiwan, although the development of the global notebook PC market in 2012 did not go well, but both Hewlett-Packard and Lenovo laptop shipments goals are 40 million units for next year, the corresponding growth rates are 25% and 33.3% -37.9%.

Due to the economy of the United States and Europe have been no signs of recovery, the market demand for Windows 8 laptops can not be substantial growth in the short term, because the consumers need some time to become familiar with the new operating system, the industry analysts do not agree Hewlett-Packard and Lenovo’s prediction, they believe the two manufacturers are too optimistic about laptop sales of next year.

In addition to the other manufacturers, Samsung Electronics made next year notebook shipment target as 17 million units, the tablet shipments target is 40 million units, compared with shipments in 2012, the corresponding growth rates are 21.4% and 300%. Contrast, Toshiba and Acer shipments targets are more reliable, which is only 20 million units and 28 million units, the corresponding growth rates are 25% and 7.7% compared to 2012 shipments.

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