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share to 37 per­cent.

In the first seven months of 2015, Tai­wan’s SUV sales in­creased by 111.5 per­cent from the same pe­riod a year ago, with the Toy­ota RAV4 tak­ing a dom­i­nant 21.7 per­cent share of the mar­ket, ac­cord­ing to Ho­tai Mo­tor.

The RAV4 model de­buted in Tai­wan in 1997 but soon with­drew from the mar­ket due to the low pop­u­lar­ity of SUVs at the time. Since its re­turn to Tai­wan in 2008, a to­tal of 90,015 RAV4s have been sold in the do­mes­tic mar­ket, Ho­tai Mo­tor said.

The Acer As­pire One Cloud­book 11 and 14 fea­ture a fan-less de­sign of just 17.9mm thick, while the 11-inch model weighs just 1.15kg and the 14-inch model weighs in at 1.6kg.

The two Win­dows 10 note­books come with a one-year sub­scrip­tion to Of­fice 365 Per­sonal suite and up to 1-ter­abyte of OneDrive online stor­age, along­side Acer’s cloud-en­abled apps that al­low con­sumers to easily syn­chro­nize their files and doc­u­ments with their smart­phones or tablets, ac­cord­ing to Acer.

“The As­pire One Cloud­book se­ries is the per­fect an­swer for those look­ing for an on­li­ne­ori­ented and por­ta­ble notebook with a full Win­dows ex­pe­ri­ence,” said Jerry Kao, pres­i­dent of Notebook Busi­ness Group at Acer.

“With cloud-en­abled ser­vices such as Mi­crosoft Of­fice 365, OneDrive, and Acer’s Build Your Own Cloud (BYOC), con­sumers can en­joy the con­ve­nience and value the cloud brings with these ex­cit­ing new prod­ucts,” Kao said in a state­ment.

The As­pire One Cloud­book 11 will be avail- able in North Amer­ica later this month with a start­ing price of US$169, and in Septem­ber in Europe, the Mid­dle East and Africa (EMEA) re­gion with a start­ing price of 269 eu­ros.

The big­ger As­pire One Cloud­book 14 will be avail­able in North Amer­ica in Septem­ber with prices start­ing at US$199, and in the EMEA re­gion in Oc­to­ber with prices start­ing at 299 eu­ros.


A women poses in a Po­laroid-style photo frame along with cute char­ac­ters found on the so­cial net­work ap­pli­ca­tion Line, at a press con­fer­ence in Taipei, yesterday. “The Orig­i­nal Il­lus­tra­tion from Line” ex­hi­bi­tion (Line ) kicked off yesterday, dis­play­ing real phys­i­cal works of many fa­mous “stick­ers” found on the Line ser­vice. Ex­hi­bi­tion visi­tors will also have the chance to meet the il­lus­tra­tors.

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