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[January 21, 2013]

The Greater China Notebook PC Industry, 4Q 2012: Windows 8 OS and Intel Haswell Are Expected To Help Boost the Industry's Shipment Performance in 2013

(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gbbf9l/the_greater_china) has announced the addition of the "The Greater China Notebook PC Industry, 4Q 2012" report to their offering.

This research report presents shipment volume and value forecast and recent quarter review of the Greater China notebook PC industry, including the netbook PC industry. The report includes shipment volume and value, ASP, manufacturer volume ranking, shipment by tier, shipment by maker, and shipment by price point, and product mix analysis. The content of this report is based on primary data obtained through interviews with notebook PC makers. The report finds that the Greater China notebook PC industry's shipment volume slightly declined in the third quarter of 2012 due to branded vendors' conservative attitude towards inventory replenishment in anticipation of the new Windows 8 OS. Despite the fact that the industry's ASP increased in the third quarter, the industry's overall shipment volume fell slightly quarter on quarter. Meanwhile, as major contract manufacturers are moving their onshore factories inwards to western areas in China, the production capacity in onshore factories are expected to gradually decrease in the future. Looking ahead to 2013, aside from a relatively low baseline period in 2012, Windows 8 OS and Intel Haswell are expected to help boost the industry's shipment performance. Therefore, it is anticipated that the full-year shipment volume of the Greater China notebook PC industry in 2013 will outperform that in 2012.

Key Topics Covered: Greater China Notebook PC Shipment Volume, 4Q 2010 - 3Q 2013 Greater China Notebook PC Shipment Value and ASP, 4Q 2010 - 1Q 2013 Greater China Notebook PC Shipment Share by Maker, 4Q 2010 - 3Q 2012 Greater China Notebook PC Shipment Volume by Assembly Level, 4Q 2010 - 3Q 2012 Greater China Notebook PC Shipment Share by Screen Size, 4Q 2010 - 3Q 2012 Greater China Notebook PC Shipment Volume by Computing Platform Types, 4Q 2010 - 3Q 2012 Greater China Notebook PC Shipment Share by Price Point, 4Q 2010 - 3Q 2012 Greater China Notebook PC Shipment Volume by Production Location, 4Q 2010- 3Q 2012 Greater China Notebook PC Shipment Share by Destination, 4Q 2010 - 3Q 2012 Greater China Notebook PC Shipment Volume by Business Type, 4Q 2010 - 3Q 2012 Greater China Notebook PC Shipment Share by Customer, 4Q 2010 - 3Q 20 For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/gbbf9l/the_greater_china CONTACT: Research and Markets, Laura Wood, Senior Manager.

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