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Foxlink Image Technology  Profile

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Foxlink Image Technology  Company Overview

Foxlink Image Technology(FIT) was originally established as Compeye Corporation in March 1997. It engaged in development and manufacture of flatbed scanners. In September 2000, Compeye became a member of Cheng Uei (Foxlink) Group, which is a public listed company in Taiwan and specializes in the manufacture of connectors, cables, and other components. Compeye was then renamed as Foxlink Image Technology.

Foxlink Image Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by Foxlink Image Technology include Connectors, cables, and other components, DSC, LCD Monitors, MFPs, Scanners, PC Cameras, LCD Projectors, and Printing Devices.

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