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Digital Network PLC - which flogs computer gear through its CarreraSSC, ORDER 247 and Demonite brands - has gone into administration, according to UK hardware site Hexus.net.

It reports that the company has fallen into difficulty after the Midlands-based system builder over-stretched itself financially.

Separately, a reader has contacted us to say he's been told that Digital Network PLC is in administration after enquiring why a graphics card failed to turn up.

Despite repeated attempts to contact the company yesterday, no one from Digital Network was available - or willing - to comment on the reports.

However, a sales opo coughed this morning when El Reg posed as a punter looking to buy a lappy

The sales Johnny admitted: "We're in administration, yes. We're not taking any orders but we're giving product details. A press release is due out today or tomorrow." ®

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