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Friday, 08 June 2007 07:07

Foxconn gets DFI engineers

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Better motherboards

 

We learned that the quality of Foxconn motherboards might improve in the future.

The company got quite a few engineers from DFI and it plans to make much better motherboards.

Foxconn still needs to make its face in the motherboard high end business and after a year of trying they haven’t made to do it. 

Maybe ex DFI people can help as they really knew what they were doing with their high end boards.  

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