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Tiny Computers is offering very small businesses a PC and Web site building package for under £1500. The UK system builder will launch it's t:BUSINESS venture on Monday. Aimed at individuals or SME cyber virgins, it will offer a Pentium III 650MHz PC with Windows 98, printer, scanner and a Web site facility from Sage for £1,199 (EX-VAT). Users will send their details to Sage, who will set them up with an e-commerce equipped Web site. This site is free for the first three months, after which customers will be expected to fork out £50 per month to keep it running. Customers will be expected to update their own sites, with demonstrations taking place in Tiny shops. The PC comes with 20GB hard drive, 128MB SDRAM, DVD-ROM, 17in monitor, as well as a Lexmark 3200 printer, 300 dpi scanner and Microsoft SBE 2000 software. "This is an easy package aimed at a person who's never used the Internet before," said a Tiny representative. ® Related Stories Tiny Online touts 24/7 Net for 'less than £30' per month Teachers get Tiny PC deal

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