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ASUS Splits Into Three Companies

Posted by Yaser on January 5, 2008

ASUSASUSTeK Computer Incorporated (or Asus as they’re commonly called) has long been a favorite motherboard manufacturer for PC enthusiasts building or upgrading their own computers. Most recently they struck gold with their Eee PC line of small, inexpensive laptops.

There’s a lot more to Asus than just motherboards and tiny laptops, though, and to help build the company they have decided to split the company into three different units:

Asus will make only Asus-branded computers.

Pegatron will handle OEM, motherboards, and component manufacturing.

Unihan will handle cases, modules and other non-PC manufacturing.

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One Response to “ASUS Splits Into Three Companies”

  1. Luis said

    Insteaad of pegatron they should use decepticons.

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