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Technology company Mustek has told shareholders that it expects to report a strong improvement in headline earnings for the six-month period ended 31 December 2014. “Mustek’s headline earnings per share are expected to be between

Listed computer assembler and technology distributor Mustek has hiked its dividend per share by 40% to 28c on the back of a strong improvement in headline earnings per share and revenue. For the year ended 30 June 2014

Technology company Mustek expects its headline earnings per share (Heps) have risen by as much as 45% in the 12-month period ended 30 June 2014 compared to the same period a year earlier. In a statement to shareholders on Thursday, the company — which is particularly well known for its Mecer brand of computers — said that it expects that

South African technology distributor Mustek holds one of South Africa’s oldest PC brands in its stable. Mecer has been a fixture in local computing since 1987 and chances are good you’ve used or even owned a Mecer-branded PC. More recently, the company has started to venture into tablet computing

The ThinkPad line has always been synonymous with great build quality. Lenovo, which bought the brand from IBM with its acquisition of Big Blue’s PC business in 2005, has built on that reputation, especially with the X1 Carbon line of ultraportable and professional-grade PCs. With the latest, the 2014 edition of the ThinkPad X1

JSE-listed technology company Mustek has won a contract to supply R128m worth of signalling and telecommunications equipment developed by China’s Huawei to Zambia Railways. Mustek will supply the equipment to a consortium made up of Huawei International, Bombardier Transportation and Zambian

A massive fire on Wednesday at a factory in Wuxi, China owned by Korea’s SK Hynix could send flash memory and random-access memory (RAM) prices soaring. Hynix is the world’s second largest memory manufacturer. According to early reports on Chinese technology news websites and blogs, the fire has

Technology distributor Mustek has hiked its full-year dividend by 18%, from 17c/share to 20c/share, on the back of a strong improvement in cash from operations. Revenue from continuing operations rose by 16,3% to R4,1bn. Cash from operations rose by 226% to R145,5m due to inventory

The rand has taken a beating in recent weeks, falling through the R10/US$ barrier, meaning consumers can expect to pay more for just about everything in the months ahead, including consumer electronics and other IT products. The view from business is that

A growth in market share in tablets by PC makers, at the expense of Apple, which makes the market-leading iPad tablet, should help boost JSE-listed technology distribution company Mustek’s revenues in future, it says in notes accompanying its interim results, which were published on Thursday