Dell, HP step up PC cooler orders to Taiwan
Jul 22, 2004
Desktop PC vendors Dell and HP are reported to have placed additional orders for PC coolers from Taiwan suppliers for their heat pipe cooling systems. The two giant companies are set to use pipe cooling modules for the desktop PCs they are planning to launch in 2005.
Taiwan-based PC cooler makers account for about 67 percent of the world's notebook PC cooler market. Major manufacturers Auras Technology and Asia Vital Components shipped more than 16 million cooler modules and are planning to ship about 20 million PC cooling systems by the end of 2004.
An estimated 18 percent of the world's desktop PCs is expected to use pipe cooling modules this year.