Sneaking out of Computex to see ECS' factory
Subject: General Tech | June 23, 2006 - 09:23 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Tech Report snuck out of Computex to get some real work done. Take a look at the pictures of the ECS factory and what they learned while looking at the process of making motherboards.
"While we were in Taiwan covering Computex, ECS whisked us away for a quick tour of its manufacturing
facilities in China and showed us exactly how these motherboards are built. We saw it all, from traces
being etched onto individual PCB layers, to the mounting of surface components like DIMM slots and
capacitors, all the way through testing and retail packaging. Join us as we walk through ECS's Golden
Elite Technology campus and witness the birth of a motherboard."
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