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Reviews: 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.

Intel's Celeron chip was originally designed to serve the low end of the PC market, but the introduction of a 400-MHz version of the processor suggests that it's movin' on up. takes a look at three new home-oriented, Celeron-400-equipped systems from Dell, Micron, and Gateway.

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