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Olevia move from TVs to Netbooks PCs

Dec 18, 2009, 16:02 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Song Jiang)

[ Thanks to robt for this link. ]

"This is the first netbook offering from Olevia, the Olevia P10. A 10.1 inch device that Olevia hopes will herald their march into the markets of the West. This is interesting because Olevia already has a presence in the US and is one of the first major Chinese consumer electronics players to attempt to leverage their brand to sell netbook PCs in the US. Is this the first of a deluge of Chinese brands that will soon flood the US market?

"Olevia are based in Shenzhen, China and have been around for a while, cultivating a relatively positive name for themselves producing mainstream consumer electronic products that include decent looking HDTVs and DVD and Blu-ray players among other things. This is their first foray into the highly competitive netbook market however, and they've sought out some substantial backing by working with Great Wall, a major Chinese OEM that is part of the very substantial Great Wall Group."

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