MSI expects notebook contribution to grow in 2006
Sep 16, 2005
First-tier motherboard maker Micro-Star International (MSI) anticipates the revenue contribution from its notebook division will reach 10% in 2006, up 5-percentage points on year, according to company vice president Henry Lu.
Motherboard sales continue to constitute the largest proportion of MSI's revenues at 70%. The company projects it will generate a total of NT$70 billion in revenues in 2005, up 6.5% on year.
In related news, MSI slashed the price on a limited number of its Megabook M630 notebooks in Taiwan yesterday, to stimulate back-to-school demand. Only 1,000 units of the notebooks will be available at a price of NT$16,888 (US$513).