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Hewlett-Packard will this week start shipping PCs with the latest Intel Celeron chips. The HP Vectra VE, aimed at the corporate market, and HP Brio PCs, for small and medium-sized businesses, will both sport the Intel technology. The PC models include the following configurations and UK estimated prices before VAT. The HP Brio, with Intel Celeron 366MHz, 4.3GB Ultra ATA hard drive, 32MB SDram and Matrox MGA G-100 AGP graphics with 2MB Vram - £731. HP Brio, Intel Celeron 400MHz, 64MB SDram, 8GB Ultra ATA hard drive, Matrox MGA G100 AGP graphics with 2MB video memory and 32x CD-Rom - £964. HP Vectra VE, Intel Celeron 366MHz processor, 128KB integrated L2 cache, 64MB SDram, 4.3GB Ultra ATA hard drive, Matrox MGA G100 AGP graphics with 4MB SGram video memory, 32x CD-ROM and 3Com Etherlink XL 10/100 TX LAN card - £1,014. ®

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