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Strength in APAC positive signs for PC market
PC leaders continue growth and share gains as market remains slow, according to IDC.
Chromebooks go big
Recent success in the ultra-affordable Chromebook market now sees Acer enlarging its 11 and 13 inch display models to a somewhat regular size of 15 inches.
NZ "fastest growing" PC market in APAC...
"This propulsion is expected to continue throughout 2014, thus elevating New Zealand to the best performing market in the region."
Synnex NZ eyes corporate growth, cloud...
"Sometimes it's better to do it right the first time and not be afraid of watching and learning from others."
Chromebook sales set to triple as vendor interest intensifies…
"Competition in the Chromebook market is intensifying as more vendors launch Chromebooks, with eight models in the market in 2014."
New tablet phase ahead as vendors claw back Apple / Samsung dominance
"Until recently, Apple, and to a lesser extent Samsung, have been sitting at the top of the market, minimally impacted by the progress from competitors."
"Pockets of optimism" emerge from ANZ PC market...
"There are pockets of optimism coming from mature markets like ANZ, Singapore, and Hong Kong, where the smartphones and tablets near saturation."
Lenovo leads the way as PC market lives to fight another day
"The better than expected results seem to arise from two places..."
$100 mil and climbing for Synnex New Zealand
Synnex New Zealand has surpassed $100 million in revenue, with promises of another record year ahead.
Optimism rises as NZ PC market continues annual surge
The year 2014 appears to be one of optimism for the New Zealand PC market.
Synnex replaces Ingram Micro as Acer NZ distie
"It is important we align ourselves with the most dedicated and effective partners to continue this momentum."
Android devices fuel strong tablet growth...
Worldwide sales of tablets to end users reached 195.4 million units in 2013, a 68 percent increase on 2012, according to Gartner.
"Sombre" PC market suffers first annual double digit decline
"2014 is expected to remain another challenging year for the PC market, as competition will only grow among the devices."
Worst decline in PC history as industry “bottoms out”
In recording the seventh consecutive quarter of shipment decline, the worst in PC history, industry analysts believe markets have "bottomed out" across the world.
IDC: Kiwi PC market beats expectations as Oz falters
The New Zealand PC market outperformed expectations in Q3 2013. The same, however, could not be said for Australia...
IDC: Android drives worldwide tablet growth
Worldwide tablet shipments grew to 47.6 million units in the third quarter of 2013, drove largely in part through Android products.
Review: Acer C7 Chromebook
For many people Google Cloud is their world. I am no different...
NZ financial results for Synnex, Sony, Google, Acer and Imation
Techday has assembled the recent financial results from NZ subsidiaries of foreign owned tech firms.
Tablet shipments slow as vendors await Apple's iPad show…
A new iPad launch always piques consumer interest in the tablet category and traditionally that has helped both Apple and its competitors. But with no new Apple products, the market slowed for many vendors.
PC woe as sales slow
Worldwide PC shipments fell for fifth consecutive quarter, the longest duration of decline in the PC market’s history, begging the question - are PCs finished?
PC sales stall as Windows 8 struggles
PC shipments post the steepest decline on record during a single quarter, as buyers seemingly move away from Microsoft's Windows 8 PC software.
Acer's frosty response to the Microsoft Surface
Manufacturer says Microsoft doesn't have the hardware chops to tackle Apple's iPad.
Critics slam Acer's cloud copy
Similarities to iCloud extend all the way to slides used in presentation.
PC Monitor shipments down last quarter in ANZ
Global analyst IDC examines the ANZ PC monitor market shipments from last quarter.