Acer got a reprieve, of sorts, in June, when its revenues went up, but the company is back to losing money now, according to a report
Acer accumulated NT$22.657 billion in July, which is the same as US$756 million / 615 million Euro.
That's 26.15% less on-year and a full 43% lower sequentially (on-month).
As if that wasn't bad enough, the severe decrease in sales contributed to the overall decrease of 5.52%, on-year, for the entire first half of 2012.
Thus, even if Acer's
hope for Q3 to rebound comes true (the notebook maker expects shipments to rise this month and the next), it won't be by much (0-5% at most).
Finally, the downward spiral may very well resume in Q4, since Acer is not part of the initial wave of Windows RT tablets.