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Vaio doubles PC production with supply chains reconnected

Manufacturers eager to capture telework demand

A worker assembles a laptop computer at a Vaio factory in Azumino, Japan. (Photo courtesy of Vaio)

TOKYO -- Supply chains for laptop computers have largely recovered from the damage caused by the new coronavirus, pushing manufacturers like Vaio to double production.

The company is keen to cash in on demand fueled by telecommuting, a goal it was hamstrung from achieving while parts supplies from China were halted.

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