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Foxconn showcase Quantum Force Next-Gen mobo and discuss market trends

It's all about the mid-range for Foxconn these days

| Motherboards News | Posted: Dec 1, 2010 11:50 am

Earlier today we caught up with Andrew and Holst from Foxconn at their headquarters in Taipei and discussed all things motherboards.

 

 

Firstly we got some exclusive hands-on time with their upcoming high-end Quantum Force P67 motherboard. When it comes to the market sometime early next year for a rock solid price of around 150 USD, it will support upcoming Intel Sandy Bridge Socket 1155 processors. It comes with a nice red and black style with several overclocker friendly features.

 

Besides the hands-on, we also got into Foxconn's thoughts on the motherboard market and trends that it is seeing. Andrew from Foxconn marketing commented about how his company is focused more on mid-range products packed full of features, rather than over-exuberant high-end products that cost an arm and a leg to own. In a nutshell, Foxconn notes that it sees more revenues being generated from mid-range products due to sales numbers.

 

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It's interesting to hear about the direction Foxconn is taking with its motherboard products and you can too by watching the video above.

 

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