UK electrical goods retailer Comet is to sell budget PCs from Daewoo throughout the country.
The #599 boxes will use the Natsemi-Cyrix MII-333 chip and come with 14-inch monitor, 32Mbytes of memory, a 56Kbps modem, a 3.4Gbytes hard drive, AGP graphics, Windows 98 and Lotus software.
Comet will also offer its customers an option of buying a printer and scanner as part of its package.
The Daewoo boxes will be sold in over 230 UK stores, said Comet, which is part of the large Kingfisher group. The plan is to stock up with PCs to take advantage of the pre-Christmas rush.
The boxes will be stacked at the front of the Comet stores to attract visitors' attention.
Said Graham Jackson, European applications manager at Cyrix Europe: "This latest retail win is a reflection of the considerable recent commercial success of Cyrix based systems."
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