Leading netbook maker Asustek has posted a year-on-year rise in Q2 profits of 8 per cent to T$3.595bn ($123.8m). Despite waning consumer appetite for netbooks and a generally bleak outlook in the PC market, Asus expects to ship more of its iconic Eee PCs in the third quarter this year, up to 1.1 million units from a million in …
"You want a title? You can't handle a title"
Sounds like a credible strategy to me.
I wonder how the unexpected success of the transformer will influence its results.
"Hopes that aggressively penetrated China will go Eee"
Paris goes Eeek!
Asus needs more brand exposure to stay float
Asus is good in design and quality, better in service, but lack marketing power, They are groping in the dark in terms of branding building, they do not know "where to start".
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