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Asus denies it's considering dropping out of tablet market

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 20 Nov 2011 12:44 User comments (4)

Asus denies it's considering dropping out of tablet market Asus has denied that it is considering dropping out of the tablet market next year, refuting a recent DigiTimes article.
The PC maker says: "As usual, the rumors and reports from DigiTimes are incorrect. ASUS is not exiting the Android Tablet business."

Digitimes had claimed that major PC vendors like Asus, Acer, Dell and HP would be bowing out of the tablet market due to poor sales performance.

The report cited component supplier sources.

Asus, maker of the extremely popular Transformer tablet, is said to be selling 400,000 per month, surely not "poor" by most measures.

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4 user comments

120.11.2011 23:31

Dead Asus,

Would you also drop out of the PC and monitor markets?

Thanks.



221.11.2011 10:13

Originally posted by KillerBug:
Dead Asus,

Would you also drop out of the PC and monitor markets?

Thanks.
lol

I can't wait for that Prime though, I don't care who says what about it, that thing is going to be beast!

321.11.2011 10:39

I always thought their motherboards were top notch and their reliability and customer satisfaction of their notebooks were on par with Apple's.


"Cable thief is a victimless crime."

422.11.2011 1:24

I own the Asus eee pad and am loving it. Its hard for me to believe they would leave something they are really good at.

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