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Friday, 18 May 2007 20:45

Epox Taiwan is dead

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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95 percent of group is gone


Sources from Taiwan confirmed that Epox is breathing its last breath. This was one of the strongest motherboard brands but it finally lost the very tough motherboard business battle.

So Epox is no more there won't be any new motherboards and the last people will leave the sinking ship in the next months. We are sad to hear it but only the strongest survive.

95 percent of group is already gone and Epox has had financial problems for years.

Chantech already could not survive this motherboard struggle and Abit got acquired by Universal group which gave a new life to the famous brand.

Still even Abit is doing very bad on market and you barely see any reviews of their products. Wake up call boys.

Last modified on Friday, 18 May 2007 20:56
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