COROMON ISLAND, FRESIA -- After 125 years of partnership, Incom and Subpro are calling it quits. Representatives from both companies have called it an amicable split, though analysts point to the faltering Subpro sales as the underlying reason. "Subpro losses were dragging down Incom's perceived value, so they're doing some much needed housecleaning," says business analyst Deregue Hiatt. Their last co-venture, the Incom/Subpro Z-95AF4 met a lukewarm reception, and marked the end of the venerable Headhunter line. Incom reportedly purchased the intellectual property rights and proprietary systems of the Z-95 prior to the dissolution of the partnership.
Incom / Subpro's last Z-95 Headhunter model.