CeBIT 2007. Foxconn And OXCCO
As our reporter got to know at CeBIT 2007, Foxconn decided to try a new approach in PC component delivery. Customers will be receiving kits consisting of a motherboard, a graphics card, memory, and an enclosure tested for compatibility. Since Foxconn doesn't product memory, it will be receiving such components from OXCCO.
According to Foxconn, any resemblance writing and spelling is purely accidental. However, perhaps, this memory vendor is actually a subsidiary of Foxconn.
In either way, while there's no information about memory quality and kit compatibility, it's early to think of purchasing such a solution. Moreover, there's another problem: the company will also have to convince customs that an enclosure with a motherboard, graphics card, and memory is still not a PC, but only a kit of components shipped together.
Source: Our reporters at CeBIT 2007
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