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Exclusive: Dixons may buy into Cyrix

News is emerging that Dixons may be stocking own-brand PCs for Christmas based on National Semiconductor's Cyrix microprocessor.
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The decision is still at the rumour stage as Cyrix buyers are all agog at the news, but Dixons press office issued a flat denial.

The machines are said to use the Cyrix MII-300 and will sell for less than £600, sources said.

Cyrix has had a spate of good luck this year since halving its prices a few weeks ago. Comet has since debuted with its own PC, and Compaq went for the MII-300 chip in its new Presario.

As for the Dixons story, watch this space for confirmations.

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