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Sunday, October 02, 2005

Intel Sneaks Out Cheap Pentiums

Intel is quietly offering a handful of low-end Pentium 4 processors to large PC makers.The low-end Pentiums represent the latest example of a company practice of offering special processors to meet the needs of certain PC makers.

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