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A $600 Turion 64 notebook from the grocery store

Looking for an inexpensive notebook at your local discount chain store? Then checkout the Aldi PC , a notebook that includes a 2.0 GHz AMD Turion 64 "MK-36" processor, a Nvidia Geforce 6100 graphics chipset, a DVD burner, 80 GB hard disk space, 512 MB system memory, and Wi-Fi connectivity. Built by Germany-based electronics manufacturer Medion, the notebooks will be offered in the US next week.
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A $600 Turion 64 notebook from the grocery store

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