ODMs Targeting Gaming Notebook Orders


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Notebook ODMs have been aggressively looking to land related orders from brand vendors amid growing competition in the gaming notebook market, according to a Digitimes report. Compal Electronics is the manufacturer of Dell's Alienware series gaming notebooks, while Clevo has acquired gaming notebook orders from China-based Haier and Hasee as well as Europe-based Medion.

Lenovo and Razer's partnership is expected to create pressure for existing brand vendors such as Dell, Asustek Computer, Micro-Star International (MSI) and Acer, as well as affecting the orders with the two brand vendors' ODM partners BYD and Gigabyte Technology, the report added.

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