Just when we thought we finally got rid of them all they appear to have been resurrected.
adobe x 200 — about 100 software and service products, PDF, Flash, Flex, graphics and video editing, web design, marketing tools
alienware x 9 — desktop and laptop computers, keyboard, mouse, headset
amd x 136 – desktop and server CPUs, graphics cards/GPUs, chipsets
apple x 29 – a lot
asrock x 8 – home, server, and industrial motherboards, mini PCs/HTPCs, laptops
asus x 28 – desktop and laptop computers, graphics cards, screens, tablets, a phone, sound cards, main boards, external hard drives, mice, servers, DVD writers, ...
ati x 170 - should be merged into AMD
belkin x 39 – wired and wireless networking equipment, cables and converters, USB hubs, accessories
brother x 15 "We offer products and services with our experience in a wide range of fields such as "printing equipment" and "home sewing machines", "industrial sewing machines / machine tools"." – Still, printers, scanners, faxes and multifunction devices are on topic.
buffalo x 13 – NAS, cloud storage, external HDDs, optical drives, wireless routers, wireless adapters, internal PCI cards for USB etc.,
canon x 54 – cameras and DLSRs, camcorders, printers, scanners, networking equipment, and industrial products that looks really expensive
dell x 430 – laptop and desktop computers, servers, displays, TVs, printers, keyboards, mice, projectors
dlink x 95 (it even has synonyms!) – routers, switches, wireless APs, USB hubs, KVM switches, print servers, IP cameras, NAS, media players (Boxee)
epson x 22 – printers, projectors, scanners
fujitsu x 9 – tablets, laptops, desktops, scanners, video encoders, enterprise servers and storage, middleware, development tools, telecom, microelectronics
gigabyte x 44 (possibly ambiguous?) – main boards, graphics cards, chassis, cooling, PSUs, optical drives, TV tuners, keyboards, mice, speakers, storage enclosures, notebooks, tablets
hp x 365 - laptops, desktops, workstations and thin clients, servers, storage, printers, monitors, networking equipment
intel x 343 – CPUs, networking equipment, main boards, chipsets, cable modems, micro controllers, server cases, RAID controllers
kodak x 4 – printers and all-in-one devices, photo equipment
lenovo x 189 – laptop and desktop computers, workstations, servers, accessories like mice and keyboards (and great DisplayLink adapters!)
lexmark x 17 printers, multifunction devices
lg x 19 cellphones, smartphones, TVs, blu ray players, projectors, home theater systems, refrigerators, ovens, washers, vacuums, monitors, NAS, modem, scanner, optical drives
linksys x 176 (a Cisco brand) – network devices
logitech x 77 keyboards, mice, laptop accessories, speakers, webcams and cameras, headsets, remotes
matrox x 6 graphics cards, graphics accessories, video editing devices, h.264 encoding accelerators
maxtor x 5 - should be merged into Seagate
msi x 55 (possibly ambiguous?) – notebook and desktop computers, main boards, tablet computers, graphics cards
microsoft x 12 – is there something they don't have a division for?
netgear x 89 – home theater media players, wireless networking hardware, routers, switches, cables, storage devices, video monitoring equipment
nvidia x 410 - graphics cards, chipsets, HPC hardware, graphics workstation hardware
oki x 4 printers, telecom
panasonic x 3 blu ray and DVD players, TVs, headphones, home theater equipment, cameras, camcorders, phones, printers, scanners, fax machines, microwave ovens, kitchen appliances, shaving equipment, ventilation, heating and air conditioning, ...**
razer x 13 mice , mouse pads, laptops, keyboard, speakers, headsets, earphones, gamepads, accessories (cable boxes etc.)
samsung x 18 – SSDs, optical drives, printers, faxes, multifunction devices, notebooks, displays, projectors, tablet computers, phones, TVs, home theater equipment, blu ray and DVD players, audio systems
seagate x 38 - hard drives, SSDs, NAS, media players
toshiba x 83 - laptop and desktop computers, tablet computers, TVs, blu ray and DVD players, camcorders, copiers, printers, faxes, scanners, HDDs, telecom, UPS, LCD/LED products, industrial products
western-digital x 74 – hard drives, routers, switches, media players
xerox x 9 – printers, copiers, scanners
zyxel x 8 – routers, switches, VoIP, media servers/players, modems, other networking stuff
And these are just the classic company tags that aren't strongly coupled to a single product, like google or vmware are.
Could someone please kill them with fire? I hear the undead are vulnerable to it.
The discussion happened in the linked thread. I don't want it repeated here.
appleprecedent, most of these tags are equally or more useless.