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CeBIT 99 National Semiconductor's decision to aim for the low end has been vindicated by the latest Romtec results, released at this year's CeBIT. According to the figures, Cyrix has won market share of 53.4 per cent in the sub 500 pound market, beating Intel which has 45.2 per cent of the market and making AMD look at a dwarf at 1.3 per cent. That is all well and good. But why is Cyrix announcing a PC on a belt at the CeBIT show? A representative seemed unable to fathom this, too. ®

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