Taiwan's Acer vying to become the world's third largest PC vendor
Interesting, I didn't know Fujitsu was #4.
|"We were in sixth (place) last year and are optimistic about growth for this year to grab the fifth position," company president J.T. Wang told a briefing Monday.
"We may reach the fourth position in one year and the third in two to three years."
Acer claims to be the fifth-largest seller of personal computers in the world with a market share of 3.3 percent in the first quarter to March, behind Dell Computer Corp. (18.6 percent), Hewlett-Packard (15.5 percent), International Business Machines Corp. (5.5 percent) and Fujitsu (4.5 percent).