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The following is a list of notable computer system manufacturers.

  • ABS Computer Technologies [1] – Gaming systems manufacturer owned by Newegg [2] a popular online parts store.
  • Acer [3] – Taiwan based third largest computer manufacturer in the world.
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  • eMachines [5] – Presently a brand name of Acer after being acquired by Gateway in 2004.
  • Gateway [6] – Presently a brand name of Acer after being acquired in 2007. Largely known for the cow patterned boxes.
  • Packard Bell [7] – Acer acquired 75% of its parent company, PB Holdings in 2008. [8]
  • Aigo [9] – Chinese consumer Electronics and Computer Systems manufacturer. aigo manufactures the MID in collaboration with Intel
  • AMAX Information Technologies [10] – Headquarters in California, custom-built servers, graphics workstation and high performance computing systems.
  • Apple [11] [12] – Third largest computer manufacturer in the United States. [13] Desktop, notebook, mobile devices.
  • Asus [14] – Largely known for main-boards and parts, also builds notebooks and barebones systems.
  • AVADirect [15] – Custom builder of desktops, custom gaming computers, servers, and laptops.
  • Averatec [16] – a brand of Trigem [17] [18] based in Korea manufacturers laptops and desktops.
  • AXIOO International [19] – Singapore based branded notebooks. [20]
  • Axiomtek [21] – Taiwan based.
  • Chassis Plans [22] – Rugged, rackmount, military computer systems. INC500 at 151. FAST100 at 4 & 13. [23][24][25]
  • Chip PC [26] – Israel based manufacturer of desktop virtualization and thin client solutions.
  • Commodore Gaming [27] – High end Gaming PCs, revival of the brand of the Commodore 64, the most popular computer system to date.
  • Dell [28] – Second largest computer manufacturer in the world. [29]
  • Alienware [30] – High-end gaming PCs and laptops. Presently a brand name of Dell after being acquired in 2006.
  • Everex [31] [32] – budget systems pre-loaded with GOS (operating system) – [33] an Ubuntu Linux derivative. [34]
  • Falcon Northwest [35] – Custom-built high end gaming systems.
  • Fujitsu Technology Solutions [36] – Largely known for media devices but also builds notebooks and servers.
  • General Dynamics Itronix [37] – A manufacturer of wireless, rugged computers. Products line includes a fully-rugged notebook, a vehicle-rugged notebook, a fully-rugged Tablet PC and a fully-rugged ultra-mobile PC (UMPC). GoBook notebook and Duo-Touch tablet PC. Handheld PC
  • Giga-Byte Technology Co. Ltd. [38] – Taiwan based manufacturer of desktop, notebook, server, workstation boards, PC components and mobile communications hardware.
  • Groupe Bull [39] – French manufacturer of high performance supercomputers and data centers.
  • Hewlett-Packard [40] [41] – Largest computer manufacturer in the world. [42]
  • Compaq [43] – Budget brand of PCs and laptops. Presently a brand name of Hewlett-Packard after the merger in 2002.
  • VoodooPC [44] – High-end gaming PCs and laptops. Presently a brand name of Hewlett-Packard after being acquired in 2006.
  • HCL Infosystems Ltd [45] – India based company handles IT from A to Z. The company manufactures and distributes a wide array of technology products, including PCs, servers, data storage and networking equipment, printing and imaging systems, mobile handsets, and software.
  • Hitachi Ltd [46] Japan based conglomerate manufacturers hard disk drives, servers, mainframe and personal computers.
  • IBM [47] – PC system manufacturers division was acquired by Lenovo. IBM now focuses on high-end Server systems.
  • IGEL Technology Inc. [48] – Germany based computer hardware manufacturer of desktops, mobile tablets and thin clients.
  • Jetta International [49] – Monmouth Junction, New Jersey Based OEM manufacturer of Jetbook brandname of notebook computers, available from network of dealers.
  • Kontron AG [50] – One of the largest industrial computer manufacturers. Based in Germany with global presence.
  • Lanix [51] – Leading Mexican PC Manufacturer. Currently carries full line of laptops, PCs and server.
  • Lanner Inc [52] – Taiwanese OEM manufacturer of embedded and industrial computers, network appliances and video application platforms.
  • Lenovo Group Ltd [53] – China’s largest and world’s fourth largest computer manufacturer in the world. [54] Acquired IBM’s Personal Computing Division in 2005
  • LG Corp [55] – Korea based.
  • MDG Computers [56] – Largest computer manufacturer in Canada. Private company owned by Goran Varaklic.
  • Medion [57] – German based.
  • Mesh Computers [58] – One of the UK’s leading and most awarded computer manufacturers.
  • Micro-Star International (MSI) – [59]
  • Mitac International Corp. [60] – [61] Taiwan based large-scale system integration company.
  • Gericom [62] – Austrian based.
  • Motion Computing Inc. [63] – Manufacturers portable and tablet PCs.
  • NEC Corp [64] [65] – Japan based conglomerate manufacturers desktop, notebook, workstation, servers, super computer, thin client systems, monitors and PC components.
  • Nedfield NV [66] Netherlands based IT hardware company.
  • Olidata [67] – Italian computer system manufacturer.
  • Olivetti [68] – First system manufacturer in Italy.
  • Panasonic [69] – primarily known for the Toughbook rugged laptop computer. [70]
  • Polywell [71]- South San Francisco, CA based company. Products range from Intel/AMD Desktop PC to Professional RISC based Sun/Alpha Workstations and Servers. Polywell has built long term relationships with the major BIOS, Graphics and Disk/Controller companies
  • PsyStar Corp. [72] – Mac OS X, Windows and Linux desktops. Windows and Linux servers.
  • Puget Systems [73] Puget Custom Computer is based in the Seattle suburb of Auburn, WA. Specializes in building custom built computers. Top rated reviews at[74]
  • Samsung Electronics [75] – The Sens line of laptop computers. Is the largest manufacturer of LCD panels worldwide.
  • Sharp Corp [76] [77] – manufactures a line of laptop computers.
  • Shuttle Inc. [78] – Manufactures small form-factor desktop computers across a range of performance and price.
  • Silicon Graphics Inc. (SGI) [79] – high performance computer clusters based on Intel Xeon processors, servers, and workstations.
  • Sony Corp [80] [81] – Manufactures desktops and laptops under the VAIO sub-brand.
  • Sun Microsystems [82] – Primarily manufactures servers and workstations.
  • Systemax Inc. Subsidiaries and Divisions Systemax, Inc.#Subsidiaries_and_Divisions Parent company [83] PC Manufacturing subsidiary SystemaxPC [84] – Headquarters in Port Washington, New York, manufacturers desktops, notebooks and servers. Parent company of many computer businesses [85]
  • System 76 [86] – Computer systems pre-loaded with Ubuntu Linux
  • TabletKiosk [87] – Manufacturer of touch sceen slate style Tablet PCs. Parent company is Sand Dune Ventures.
  • Toshiba Corp [88] [89] – Japan based fifth largest computer manufacturer in the world.[90]
  • TriGem Computer, Inc [91] – Based in Korea manufacturers laptops, desktops, monitors and All-In-One PCs under Averatec brand.
  • Averatec [92] – a brand of Trigem manufacturers laptops and desktops.
  • Tulip Computers [93] – Dutch computer brand owned by Nedfield NV.
  • Tyan Computer Corp [94] – Taiwan based manufacturer of servers and high-end desktop motherboards. Parent company is Mitac International Corp. [95]
  • Unisys [96] – large scale IT solutions, manufactures servers.
  • Velocity Micro [97] – High performance gaming systems.
  • Vigor Gaming [98] – High performance gaming systems.
  • WidowPC [99] – Custom built gaming computers.
  • Wipro Infotech [100] [101] – division of a large Indian information technology services conglomerate.
  • Wyse Technology Inc. [102] – San Jose, California based manufacturer of computer hardware thin clients, general purpose terminals and thin-computing software called Wyse Thin OS.
  • Zepto Computers A/S [103] [104] – Large European laptop manufacturer based in Denmark.
  • ZT Systems – ZT Group International Inc [105] Headquarters in Secaucus, New Jersey, manufacturer desktop, notebook, home theater computers, servers and data center solutions.

Defunct manufacturers

  • Amdahl Corporation – Now subsumed into Fujitsu Systems.
  • AST Computers, LLC – Exited the computer market in 2001.
  • MPC (formerly MicronPC) [106] – Filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy on November 7, 2008. Efforts at reorganization failed.
  • Tandy Corporation – Previous parent company of RadioShack, produced the TRS-80 and Tandy 1000 and 2000 IBM PC compatible computers. Sold their computer division to AST Computers in the early 1990s.

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