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    Default Asustek plans to outsource motherboards and graphics cards to ECS

    Asustek plans to outsource motherboards and graphics cards to ECS


    Digitimes reports that Asustek Computer reportedly plans to outsource some of its production of motherboards and graphics cards to rival company Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) as part of efforts to expand its outsourcing policy to reduce its dependence on Pegatron Technology, while boosting its profitability, according to industry sources.
    Asustek declined to comment on market reports, although the company has recently accelerated its outsourcing strategy by adding Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) and Quanta Computer as its production partners for notebooks and Eee PCs and also including Foxconn as its OEM maker of Garmin-Asus smartphones.
    Meanwhile, Pegatron is also reportedly soliciting motherboard and graphics card orders from Gigabyte Technology, which is currently cooperating with Foxconn International Holdings (FIH) and Global Brands Manufacture (GBM) for motherboard and graphics card production, the sources added.

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    Default Re: Asustek plans to outsource motherboards and graphics cards to ECS

    Good good, we'll get Asus level Mobo/GPU in BD in lower price...

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    Default Re: Asustek plans to outsource motherboards and graphics cards to ECS

    Quote Originally Posted by Rion a.k.a. রিয়ন View Post
    Good good, we'll get Asus level Mobo/GPU in BD in lower price...
    but jodi quality kharap hoye jay?tahole ar dam kome ki hobe?

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    Default Re: Asustek plans to outsource motherboards and graphics cards to ECS

    Quote Originally Posted by Rion a.k.a. রিয়ন View Post
    Good good, we'll get Asus level Mobo/GPU in BD in lower price...
    I'm not holding my breath.
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    Default Re: Asustek plans to outsource motherboards and graphics cards to ECS

    It'll still be made in China anyway
    Last edited by asif105878; July 2nd, 2010 at 12:43.

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    Default Re: Asustek plans to outsource motherboards and graphics cards to ECS

    If u read it correctly.. they mentioned boosting their profit not consumers. The Price will be the same.

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    Yep, it seems they are outsourcing to lower their costs and higher their their profits...

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    Default Re: Asustek plans to outsource motherboards and graphics cards to ECS

    And in the process maybe the quality will decrease too...

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    Yep, I am also afraid of that....

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