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Good Info, thanks. I searched a little and came to know that there is KENWOOD and KENWOOD Limited. After exploring these websites, it is a surprise that we have a third Kenwood here in Pakistan because Kenwood Limited is limited to kitchen products mainly (http://www.kenwoodworld.com/en-int/Products/)
While I receive promotional offers from credit card companies offering Kenwood AC, Washing machines, microwaves etc… It’s really hard to believe if something is really original or you are deceived.
Anyway, the nation who can sell fake Life Saving Drugs can do anything, this I say with a heavy heart… God bless us
This ‘‘third Kenwood’’ is Kenwood Licensed in Pakistan. The word ‘‘Limited’’ stands for, the company has limited public shares.
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This is from Intel Website
There is a big difference in making a chipset for modem and manufacturing a modem. A practical and usable modem is lot more than just chipset. Intel made chipsets but never made and marketed modems. A modem using Intel chipset (may or) can not be called an Intel modem.
When Intel says it does not manufacture modems, why are you trying to convince me that Intel actually made modems ?
You or me can only state facts, but can not change them I believe that you think a cheap chinese modem made with Intel chipset is actually Intel modem, manufactured by Intel.
Let’s put our energy to something useful
Sorry ShoukaT, the thread went far away from original topic…
8 years ago, I had a dialup modem made by Intel, sold by Intel, contained chip of Intel with Intel drivers. This is not a big issue, you do not know everything. Old P3 and P4 motherboards made by Intel often contained built In Intel modems.