Wii components clining in Taiwan

Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) report cited industry sources as saying that the clone of Nintendo's Wii games console, named Vii, that has appeared in the market in China, has its major components produced in Taiwan. Elan Microelectronics, Holtek Semiconductor, Sunplus Technology, WPG Holdings, Yosun Industrial and some Taiwan-based connector makers are named by the […]

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Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) report cited industry sources as saying that the clone of Nintendo's Wii games console, named Vii, that has appeared in the market in China, has its major components produced in Taiwan.

Elan Microelectronics, Holtek Semiconductor, Sunplus Technology, WPG Holdings, Yosun Industrial and some Taiwan-based connector makers are named by the paper as some of the Taiwan-based companies who supply components for the clone console. Yosun was cited by the paper as saying that it does distribute memory for the console to makers in China.

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Nintendo, Wii, Component, Cloning, Taiwan

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