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Updated Once again, Japanese Web sites seem to have pix of chips that few, if any of us, have seen in the West. This is the unofficial announcement of Cyrix 366/100 parts with new packaging. NatSemi obviously does things differently in the East, because its own Web site in Japanese has the details. (URL below). Between this morning and now, more pix giving intriguing details have appeared on the Web. Impress emailed us with the details which are here, here, here and here. We're getting sick of all of this. Go here to see what we mean. Meanwhile, Jonathan Hou, at Fullon3D has, once more, dug somewhat into this subject. As well as some explanatory details on the front page of the site, he has pointed to more pictures of the packaging. Go here, here, and here. And, finally, a Japanese reader has pointed us to NatSemi's own site there, where there are two pictures of the new packaging. Go here. Cyrix has still not managed to tell us why the Japanese market has all of this information and we don't. We're still pushing for them, but we're definitely not posting any more pix of Cyrix products. Thanks, guys. We're grateful to JC for originally noticing this one... ®

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