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Dell has signed up Samsung in a $16 billion component supply deal.

Samsung is going to provide memory, LCDs, monitors and optical disk drives to help Dell fight the PC price war.

In a joint statement the companies said they have 'agreed to collaborate on research and development efforts focused on providing Dell customers with ...products at competitive prices.' ®

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