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As revealed here three days ago and as "exclusively" revealed by ZDNet the day after, Dixons has bought into the Cyrix chip concept. Patriot machines will use Cyrix MII-300 chips and be sold from the groups 800 PC World, Currys and Dixons shops to capitalise on the pre-Christmas rush for technology. The Patriot machines will include 512K cache, 32Mb of memory, a 2.1Gb hard drive, 14-inch monitor, a 32-speed CD ROM, and Win98. Systems will cost £599 and like the Comet deal revealed by The Register at the beginning of this week, other options will be offered. ® Click here for more stories

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