Acer is hoping to preserve its netbook sales by counting on other companies failing first, the company’s Taiwan president Scott Lin said on Monday. As competitors drop out this year, its netbook shipments might actually go up and fill the vacuum. Lin argued to Digitimes that the netbook market was stable at over 30 million this year and that any losses among others weren’t part of a downward trend.
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That should work out well for them.