Micron Electronics is to launch its first sub-$1,000 PC this week, making it the first direct mail vendor to enter this burgeoning market. The company said it studied the potential of the sector for some months before deciding to compete head to head with the cheap machines now being offered through retail channels.
Micron's Millennia SE will only just skim the $1,000 barrier, costing $999 with a 233MHz Pentium MMX processor, 16Mbytes of memory and 3.2Gbytes of hard disk.
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