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Pentium 4 sprouts in Brussels

Belgian dealer has 'em in stock, apparently

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Belgian dealer DPI looks to be the first European outlet to offer the upcoming Pentium 4, due on November 20.

Its price list shows both the 1.4 and 1.5 GHz variants of the new chip at 59690BEF ($1269) and 71790BEF ($1526) respectively.

This does seem a tad overpriced as if you wait until the 20th, you'll only need to pay $625 and $795 respectively. Still, if you want to be first kid on the block... ®

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