An article today on Digitimes cites Chinese-language paper, the Commercial Times, as saying Asustek is contemplating using acquisitions to help reach its 2011 goal. The Commercial Times report claims that Toshiba's notebook division is one of the companies Asus is considering as a take-over target.
Citing Asus Chairman, Jonney Shih, CT says Asus has contacted Toshiba, but according to Shih results are not yet finalized.
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Acer - eMachines - Gateway
Asus - Toshiba
Whew, good thing there were no typo-s this time.
I remember fews parts of hardware I buy from Asus... and I was so desappointed.
1.AGP Asus ATI 9800 XT. The card just freeze after 1-2 days up. I paid 40$ for return the card to Asus. Few weeks after they return me the card, "We don't find the problem.". Actually, they just connect the card and see something on the screen... NEXT... :(
2.P5E motherboard (FBS 1333), 2 year after I buy a new CPU Intel E8400 (FBS 1333). The CPU is written in the support list in Asus website so he'll work!. Fact: The Cpu doesn't works on the mb :) Thank Asus.
3.My bro buy a PCI-E Geforce N6600. I never see a more crappy graphic card... The card doesn't support lastest Geforce drivers. For support Direct X 3D, he need the original drivers from Windows XP disk else the card just freeze in 3D.
Toshiba is great hardware but you really paid a high price...
I disregarded everything you said because your grammar is terrible and a mindfuc* to read.
u really know what your talking about don't ya
If Asus took over Toshiba we would lose a very reliable brand but get an even better brand of laptops, However, we would also get premium charges