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Gaming, Notebooks Drive Acer Jan Revenues To Eight-Year Record

Acer has hit an eight-year high in its January consolidated revenue reports, bringing in NT$23.5 billion (AU$1.08 billion).

The figure represents a 73.4 per cent increase year-on-year, and was driven by huge growth in the Chromebook division (up 361.4 per cent year on year); thin and light notebooks (up 313.5 per cent); and gaming (up 112.8 per cent; within that, the ConceptD line for creators was up 247 per cent).

The growth is a turnaround from January 2020, which saw consolidated revenue drop 18.6 per cent over the year before to just NT$13.55 billion.

The Taiwanese manufacturer unveiled a slew of new products at CES 2021, including new gaming notebooks and monitors. High demand for notebooks saw sales for Acer climb 119 per cent in the US last year.

The Acer Nitro 5.

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