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Friday, 06 November 2009 10:33

HTC mulls entry into netbook market

Written by Fudzilla staff


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Just won't leave Nokia alone


HTC
has made quite a name for itself in the smartphone market, but there's a chance it will also try to take a slice of the ever growing netbook market.

In an interview with CNET Asia, HTC CEO Peter Chou said that his outfit was interested in netbooks and it was looking into the netbook product category. He added that HTC didn't rush to enter the market because it wants its products to have unique value, so HTC is probably not thinking about a dull run of the mill netbook.

HTC's stride to be original might result in an interesting product. After all, HTC is a rather innovative company which has done well in every market segment. Nokia recently launched a pricey netbook of its own,offering it mainly through telco deals.

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