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Asus might split into 2 companies

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    Asustek Computer will separate its ASUS-branded business from the company and concentrate solely on the manufacturing side instead of spinning off its wholly-owned subsidiary Asusalpha Computer, according to the Chinese-language Apple Daily, citing industry sources as saying.

    Asustek’s own-brand operation is expected to turn into a new independent company, which will set up a headquarters in Singapore and will aim for listing on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in the future, according to the sources.

    Asustek declined to comment on the report, which contradicts previous reports stating that it would spin off its manufacturing arm.

    In other news, Asustek recently launched the U5A, its first notebook series that adheres to the EU's Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) legislation, with a price tag of NT$54,800 (US$1,630) for the Taiwan market. Meanwhile, the company has offered two limited-edition notebooks featuring widescreen displays, the carbon-fiber W1V and the champagne-color W6A, with prices ranging from NT$59,900 (US$1,780) to NT$82,800 (US$2,470), for the Taiwan market.



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