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Dell has launched a computer auction site in the UK. Through dellauction.co.uk, punters are able to sell their old computers, regardless of brand. They can also to bid for second-hand or refurbished systems. The venture is a UK version of Dell's existing site in the US, and is partnered by the same auction softwarecompany --Fairmarket. Dell has been dangling cheap computers as a carrot to get punters onto the site – with bids for PCs and notebooks starting at £1. As well as desktops, it is offering printers, monitors, notebooks and servers through the online auction.® Related stories Pfeiffer opens online auction for business Michael Dells nets $232m in share sale

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