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Cheap chips mean cheap PCs

Hot on the heels of new Celerons and price cuts from Intel, Advanced Micro Devices cuts K6-2 prices, while PC makers respond with a cavalcade of new machines.

Hot on the heels of new Celerons and price cuts from Intel, Advanced Micro Devices cuts K6-2 prices in an effort to maintain its market share momentum. PC makers respond with a cavalcade of new machines.

AMD cuts prices to match Intel
Hot on the heels of new Celerons and price cuts from Intel, Advanced Micro Devices cut prices on its K6-2 processors in an effort to maintain its market share momentum.

Intel launches 400-MHz Celeron chips
Intel kicks off the new year by releasing two new and faster Celeron processors, the first event in a busy month.

Reviews: Computers.com rates new Celeron PCs
Three of the new machines deliver more of everything: more performance, more memory, more storage space, and more screen real estate.

PC makers feature new Celerons
The computers, many priced less than $1,000 and aimed at business customers, bring new speeds and capabilities to low-priced machines.

Smaller, cheaper PCs to evolve from Celeron
The free PC may not occur this year, but manufacturers certainly are going to try, say Intel executives during the release of the new chips.