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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.