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South Korean computer company TriGem has now denied that it has struck a half billion dollar deal with major US retailer Wal-Mart. The Korea Herald, which originally broke the story, said today that reports TriGem had sold 1.3 million PCs to the retailer were untrue. According to the newspaper, TriGem has said it has not even started talking to Wal-Mart. Nor has it clinched any other major deals in the USA. But TriGem is making an ultra-cheap PC, including monitor, which will cost around $450 a box. It is targeting these units at the Western European and US markets. ® Click here for more stories

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