"Ours is a sustainable, money-making business."
Acer has secured the support not only of consumers, but of suppliers and sale outlets as well, he said.
According to statistics from US-based International Data Corp (IDC), Acer ranked as Europe's largest and the Asia-Pacific's third largest vendor of notebook computers in the first quarter to March.
Wang made the remarks on the sidelines of a presentation of Acer's latest offering in its Ferrari series of notebook computers.
As an official supplier to Scuderia Ferrari (F1), Acer is now marketing the Ferrari 4000 -- a new model that features carbon-fiber as its material.
Acer is confident of selling 100,000-200,000 units, which carries a price tag of over 2,000 US dollars each, Wang added.
The company's net profit in the first quarter rose 54.6 percent from a year earlier to 2.15 billion Taiwan dollars (68 million US) while sales rose 32.9 percent to 65.71 billion dollars.