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Everex US is now closed

Tim Stevens
July 15, 2009
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Click on over to the American Everex homepage and that's the message that you get, "Everex US is now closed," with no further explanation or information on what to do with your inevitable support quandaries. The company, whose name humorously stands for "Ever for Excellence," has slid into and out of bankruptcy numerous times before, so this probably isn't the last we've seen of it. But, for the moment, it has withdrawn from USDM shores, meaning no more insultingly over-sized "green" PCs, no more clunky Cloudbooks, and no more interminable delays. Anyone still wanting something from the company will now need to import it themselves from Taiwan -- though you certainly have plenty of other choices in the low-end netbook space without resorting to that kind of behavior.

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