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Topic - Henry Wang
Taiwan's Acer Inc. has pledged to meet new challenges in the slowing PC market after it replaced its top executive as sales fall amid competition from tablets and other devices.
Wang told fund managers late Thursday that Acer had for years striven mainly to expand the volume of PC sales, and achieved that by gaining a market share of over 30 percent in many European and Asian countries.
"For instance, some tablets can work more like a PC with larger storage capacity to enhance the user's productivity," he said.