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[Digitimes]Asustek to completely end ODM production of motherboards by Pegatron

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Asustek Computer plans to decrease ODM production of motherboards by Pegatron beginning mid-2012 and completely end their ODM relationship by the end of the third quarter of 2012, according to component makers.
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http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20120417PD215.html
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Do they have another partner or they plan to get away from MB scene?
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Do they have another partner or they plan to get away from MB scene?

How about clicking on the source link?
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After ending the ODM partnership with Pegatron, Asustek will have Thailand-based Cal-Comp Electronics, Taiwan-based Global Brands Manufacture, Info-Tek and Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) undertake ODM motherboard production, the sources indicated. ECS has been an ODM of graphics cards for Asustek, the sources noted.
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Apparently they have a few options, hopefully their mbs are still good. I've always been a gigabyte guy, just so easy from day 1.
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Pegatron = ASrock.
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post #6 of 21
Wasn't Pegatron the one producing their Zenbooks until apple pressured them to stop?

I guess Asus didn't like that..
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Read it man
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Ew, ECS. Bad experience with ECS.
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Originally Posted by TFL Replica View Post

How about clicking on the source link?
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After ending the ODM partnership with Pegatron, Asustek will have Thailand-based Cal-Comp Electronics, Taiwan-based Global Brands Manufacture, Info-Tek and Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) undertake ODM motherboard production, the sources indicated. ECS has been an ODM of graphics cards for Asustek, the sources noted.

Did not read anything with ECS in the sentence thats why.
Also could this be because Asrock is successful them-self and does not need ASUS?
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post #10 of 21
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Wasn't Pegatron the one producing their Zenbooks until apple pressured them to stop?
I guess Asus didn't like that..

Yeah. I was thinking this when I read the headline.
    
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