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ASUS Q1 revenue decreased by 7%, Acer reduced by 0.22%

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The notebook industry announced its March revenue on the 9th. Acer’s revenue in March reached 23.535 billion, up 62.8% month-on-month and 3.9% year-on-year. The first quarter revenue was 54.681 billion, the season was down 14.11%, and the annual decrease was 0.22%. Asustek’s revenue in March was 38.173 billion, up 77.3% month-on-year and 1.7% year-on-year. The first quarter revenue was 85.870 billion, up 38.33% quarter-on-quarter and 7.30% year-on-year (the above is the revenue of mobile phone business units. Including mobile phone business units, ASUS’s first quarter revenue was 93.364 billion yuan, down 5.69% from the 89.864 billion yuan in the same period last year.

Asustek pointed out that the first quarter revenue is in line with the company’s expectations, notebook PC shipments in Europe and Asia Pacific are gradually warming up, and continue to optimize product mix and average selling price, actively implement product innovation and development, is expected to be through 2019 The new product cycle for half a year will enhance the sports and profitability of the camp.

Acer said that the core business of Acer in the first quarter was still affected by the shortage of processor supply. However, e-sports products continued to grow strongly, with revenue up 37% compared with the same period last year.

Acer pointed out that Acer continued to make a double transformation and assisted various institutions to bring about healthy sports activities through a multi-growth engine. Therefore, it included Jianye, Anzhen, Antus and innovative peripheral accessories business. See double-digit growth.

Pooja Kaintura
Pooja Kaintura is Managing Editor at TechGrits. Unconditional fan of technology and culture wants to share the knowledge acquired with everyone.

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