Clevo, a second-tier notebook maker who provides high-end gaming units, both for itself and for other brands, expects a big first quarter this year. The company believes it will ship 360,000 units, or 33 percent more than it did this same time last year.
Keeping the momentum going, Clevo said it expects volume to reach 480,000 notebook shipments in the second quarter, and as many as 2 million units by the time 2010 comes to a close, the company said.
Clevo has done well so far in 2010 thanks to stable shipments from clients in Latin America and Asia, DigiTimes reports. But the company will also look to stand out from the crowd and is currently showcasing products at CeBIT featuring Magic of Film Art (MOFA), which is a technology for slapping custom design patterns on the notebook chassis.
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