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Old December 29, 2015, 06:24 PM
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Obviously it's too early to say, but I can't help but suspect this might end up being a one-product venture into the router market and Asrock will probably decide not to continue after poor sales. Without a real standout and stellar product, I don't think Asrock has the brand recognition to draw enough people to decide 'I really want to look into Asrock's router'. Whereas a Corsair, EVGA or ASUS might pull it off due to a larger brand-recognition and brand-loyalty base. Asrock's not a 'C' level company that you rarely hear of, like say a Powercolor, but their not up their with the major names (or so it seems to me).

If I had to guess, I'd say this will be like Sapphire's singular entry into the component motherboard market. One try and then a fade away.
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