US company Packard Bell will release an Intel 120P multimedia machine in the US, which comes with Internet access and high end bells and whistles for less than $1,000.
But UK users will have to wait, the company said. Packard Bell machines are largely sold through the Dixons chain, including PC World superstores. Intel is likely to phase out the P120 machine in February and the relationship between it and the Dixons group is fraught because of stock in warehouses. Last month, Mitsubishi said it did not expect Christmas sales to be as high as the year before.
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