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Pentium 4 system prices leaked by Fortune

And to think it was us they were worried about

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Once again, Intel US' monstro PR machine has failed to control those pesky American journos resulting in the awfully-helpful folks at Fortune Magazine breaking Chipzilla's embargo on Pentium 4 system prices so we don't have to wait until first thing Monday morning to tell you about them.

Check out the full info here, but just in case the page has mysteriously disappeared, the salient facts are repeated below.

Dell Dimension 8100, $3398
P4-1.50
128MB DRDRAM
40GB HD, 12X DVD, CD-RW
19" monitor

Gateway Performance 1500XL, $3499
P4-1.50
128MB DRDRAM
45GB HD, DVD-ROM, CD-RW
19" monitor, TV tuner

IBM NetVista A60i, $3259
128MB DRDRAM
45GB HD, DVD-ROM, CD-RW
GeForce2 video
Intel NIC

The good news for Intel is that HP in the UK is holding the party line and refuses to cough to The Reg about its P4 plans until Monday. ®

P4 launches Monday
ZDNet wakes up and smells the P4 coffee

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