PC maker Acer says it expects the second half of the fiscal year to be a bit brighter, thanks to Microsoft's impending new version of Windows and demand for ultrabook devices. The vendor expects industry growth to take place this year and hit double digits next calendar year. "We have restarted on a positive cycle and are improving day by day," said Acer Chairman J.T. Wang, who expects his company will move from fourth place into third place in the market.
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