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You don’t want a new CPU, you want to visit Argentina

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Obviously bored with making chips and chipsets, Cyrix and VIA are now inviting visitors to their web sites to travel to Puerto Madryn in Argentina. Check out Viatech.com or Cyrix.com. Click to view at full sizeIt sounds like a jolly nice place. The Patagonian City of Puerto Madryn offers a pleasant climate with a maximum summer temperature of 35 degrees centigrade, and five degrees in winter together with a low annual rainfall. Visitors will also get the chance to adopt Mario the whale. It is indeed refreshing to see leading IT companies taking an interest in South American tourism and ecological issues. Why not pay a visit now? We feel that the offer will be open for a short time only. ®

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