DigiTimes is reporting that Soyo is getting out of the motherboard business. Soyo produced some pretty impressive enthusiast-oriented motherboards over the years, including a DRAGON line of boards that were packed with loads of integrated peripherals, audio output options, bundled goodies, and unnecessary capitalization.
Update: This report needs some clarification. We've been here before with Soyo Computer, the Taiwanese manufacturing firm, which is now a separate entity from the motherboard distributor, the Soyo Group, headquartered in Ontario. It's quite possible that Soyo Computer's decision to stop making motherboards may not be the end of Soyo-branded motherboards selling through Soyo Group. We'll have to wait and see about that.
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