Taiwan-based notebook PCB specialists expect a stronger-than-ever fourth quarter this year, bolstered by persistent demand for notebooks supporting stay-at-home economy, according to industry sources.The world’s top-5 notebook brand vendors saw their combined shipments for the first eight months of 2020 rise 15% on year to 94.46 million units, according to statistics from Digitimes Research, which also forecasts their overall sales for the year to maintain roughly the same growth rate, as most upstream components suppliers and ODMs have expressed optimism about their shipments to the vendors in the months ahead.
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