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The device is manufactured in China for the german vendor INTOS (brand name InLine). The ID is probably not owned by the vendor or manufacturer.
Also on the "Zenithink C71" tablet PC, see the "dmesg" output here:
I therefore think now that the ID doesn't designate INTOS or their brand name InLine, but is owned/used by a chinese manufacturer.
Name: unknown manufacturer
Note: Hijacked ID, not owned officially by a manufacturer or vendor!
I've now looked up the vendor ID at USB.ORG, where i previously haven't found the vendor list, which is somewhat hidden…
1) It's not included in the official file "usb.if": http://www.usb.org/developers/tools/comp_dump
2) It's not among the obsolete IDs: http://www.usb.org/developers/tools/obsoletevids011411.pdf
So I suggest to give this ID a generic name until it becomes officially assigned in order to be able to include the existing devices in the database.
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