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Welcome, then, to ItIQOnline, a very literate site - as you'd expect from India - which also seems to have a top story about Hewlett-Packard up there.

Unfortunately, our Chinese, Japanese and Korean is not too good, otherwise we'd link to those sites all the time.

They seem to have more hardware news than most. Intel reckons that there are 200,000 ADSL users in Red China, sorry, mainland China, which is a damn sight more users than British Telecom has here in Old Blighty.



And as we're talking about South East Asia, go

here

, where there's loads of talk about quad RAM.




So to top Korean site,

Kbench

, which has been known to break top stories too. We haven't visited it for a while, but it seems to have some top info about Taiwanese firm Chaintech and Big Blue too.




Lastly, we pay a visit to

Andandtech

, which gives the Duron 750 a good going over, gor bless them. ®



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