Huntkey has officially launched its WeChat account and online membership center in order to extend members outreach and interaction.
WeChat, a popular mobile social networking platform developed by Chinese IT company Tencent, offers voice messaging and information sharing services. According to company data released in June, WeChat has attracted 400 million registered users including 70 million overseas users since its launch in 2011.
The Huntkey WeChat account is aimed to facilitate Huntkey’s social media presence all over the world, which would enable its global subscribers to get information and news about the latest Huntkey initiatives. WeChat users can follow Huntkey account by searching ID “Huntkey_en” or scanning the QR code. Once WeChat users follow Huntkey, they can easily recommend the Huntkey account to their friends by tapping the ‘Share Name Card’ icon.
Along with the WeChat account, Huntkey also introduced an online membership system. Besides receiving the latest notices, product information and marketing-related news from Huntkey, registered members also have a chance to win fantastic prizes. Winners will be drawn at random monthly or quarterly, according to the number of registrations. Our first monthly winner will be revealed on August 18, 2013.
“The launches of WeChat account and membership system gave us more interaction with clients and partners all over the world. Towards a better understanding of the client’s need, we believe we can do better in the near future,” Ferris Liao, overseas department senior manager said.
To receive updates from Huntkey, please subscribe to Huntkey’s WeChat account and register to Huntkey’s membership center.
Lenovo hosted a grand opening ceremony attended by North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory and other prominent local dignitaries at its first U.S. personal computer production facility in Whitsett, N.C.
With the return of PC manufacturing to the U.S., the company is adding 115 new manufacturing jobs in North Carolina and is on track to fully ramp up production by the end of June. Lenovo's bold move to develop the long-term strength of the American PC market defies the decades-old trend of US electronics firms relying on overseas facilities for manufacturing and other outsourced functions. The 240,000-square-foot Whitsett facility, located approximately 10 miles east of Greensboro, serves four critical business functions: Logistics Center, Customer Solutions Center, National Returns Center, and now U.S. Manufacturing Production.
The new U.S. PC manufacturing line began operations in January 2013, and is capable of producing some of Lenovo's newest and most innovative Think-branded products, including ThinkCentre M92p Tiny desktop, ThinkPad Tablet 2, ThinkPad Helix convertible ultrabook, and more. The new manufacturing line arms Lenovo with the capability to deliver products to customers with even greater efficiency and reliability, in addition to offering an expanded and more valuable set of PC-related services, including custom product configurations, imaging, asset tagging, bundling of products, and more.
Governor Pat McCrory, and other elected officials were on site to participate in Lenovo’s announcement to foster job growth in North Carolina and witness firsthand the company’s investment in its aggressive strategy to expand its in-house manufacturing capabilities around the world through its first U.S. PC production line. Currently, Lenovo's operations are estimated to positively increase state output by more than USD 1 billion, as reported by the recent economic contribution analysis from the North Carolina Department of Commerce. Lenovo plans to continue its focus on driving product innovation, investing in the U.S. market and supporting business growth in North Carolina now and in the future.
To further celebrate and mark the continued growth of the company’s U.S. PC manufacturing line and its presence in North Carolina, Lenovo donated and presented 36 ThinkCentre Desktops made in Whitsett to the Greensboro YMCA to be used for youth development and education programs.
G.SKILL partners with Intel, ASUS, EVGA, GIGABYTE, and MSI for a G.SKILL Official OC World Record Stage at Computex 2013, Nangang Exhibition Center – Booth IO118. Please enjoy the event teaser:
G.SKILL aims to take the latest extreme performance DDR3 memory to a whole new level and sets the stage to break numerous overclocking world records using the upcoming 4th Gen Intel Core unlocked processor and Z87 motherboards. Gathering the world’s finest overclockers from around the globe including Australia, Japan, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, and the United States, G.SKILL is ready to claim “The world’s fastest memory manufacturer” title once again.
Live stream broadcast & Instant Score Update
For those who aren’t in Taipei for the biggest overclocking event this year, G.SKILL will be featuring a live stream video for worldwide audiences via G.SKILL website and Hwbot.org during Computex week. Hwbot.org will also be setting up a specific G.SKILL page for the professional overclockers to update their live benchmark results during event. Please refer to the following link: http://www.hwbot.org/competition/gskill_computex_2013
Huntkey Enterprise Group has been awarded the “Quality Management Excellent Award” by Huawei Device Co., Ltd. for its superior quality management over a long term.
In 2012, Huntkey supplied several chargers and notebook adapters to Huawei Device. The Lot Acceptance Ratio (LAR for short) of these products has achieved the target for four quarters in a row. The Product Defect Part per Million (PDPPM) is 26, much lower than the target of 140. In 2012, there were not any mass isolations, production interruptions, quality accidents, T-1 issues, or complaints from end users about Huntkey products. All the exceptional performance has earned Huntkey the “Quality Management Excellent Award.”
"It is our consistent business concept to provide customers with high-quality products and service, in order to save their overall cost and improve their market competence. We will continuously make endeavors and provide better solutions for high-end customers," said Mr. Lewis Liu, Vice President of Huntkey.
NVIDIA is hosting the Grand Finals of their Call of Duty: Black Ops II |Rivalries at the NVIDIA campus in Santa Clara this Saturday. Registration is free and first come first serve. The fun begins at 1:00 p.m. and will continue to approximately 6:00 p.m.
Black Friday is an exciting day for shopping with low prices, both online and in stores. This year it’ll take place on Friday, November 23, but at Amazon, Black Friday 2012 isn’t just a day – it's an entire week, including Black Friday itself, of course. So if you love a good deal, don’t miss this opportunity.
OCZ Technology has begun its process of restructuring, under which it shrinks its product lines and reduces its workforce to make its business more efficient and profitable. The company will discontinue approximately 150 products and will reduce its global workforce by approximately 28 percent.
The company will continue to take further actions aimed at reducing overall costs and improving operating results.
Lenovo has announced that it will start up a U.S. personal computer production line in Whitsett, N.C., near Greensboro. The company said that the move will create 115 new manufacturing jobs in North Carolina, where the workers will build Think-branded notebooks and desktop PCs, tablets, engineering workstations and servers for sale to domestic businesses, government and education customers, as well as consumers.
The new U.S. PC manufacturing line is currently under construction and scheduled to open in early 2013. It will reside within Lenovo’s recently expanded 240,000 square foot U.S. distribution center in Whitsett, N.C., approximately 10 miles east of Greensboro. Hiring for the 115 manufacturing and related positions should begin later this year.
“Lenovo is establishing a U.S. manufacturing base because we believe in the long-term strength of the American PC market and our own growth opportunities here,” said Yuanqing Yang, chairman and CEO, Lenovo.