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Advanced Connectek  Profile

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Advanced Connectek  Company Overview

Founded in Taiwan in 1986, ACON (Advanced Connectek Inc.) is one of the leading manufacturers of I/O connectors and 3C peripheral components, including Connectors for PC & Peripheral, Communications, and Consumer Electronics Applications, Micro Coaxial & Customized Cable Assemblies, Antennas, Rechargeable Batteries, Optical Components and Active/Passive Components.

Advanced Connectek  Products

The types of products manufactured by Advanced Connectek include High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) Connectors, Adapters and Cable Assemblies, DVI Connectors, USB Connectors, IEEE 1394 Connectors, D-Sub Connectors, Ribbon Connectors, SIM Card Connectors, Cable Assemblies, Batteries, Optical Fiber Components and Wireless Antennas.

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