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Thursday, 14 June 2007 10:40

Dell denies leaving LCD TV business

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Dell has denied rumours that it is abandoning the manufacture of its LCD televisions.

It insisted today that it plans to continue selling its LCD TVs as well as other manufacturers' sets on its Web site.

It said that it will widen the variety of television sets made by other manufacturers over its Web site.

The rumour was started by the Taiwanese newspaper Economic Daily which said that the move would allow the company to focus on selling more profitable PCs, the report said.

Dell admitted that it is making changes to its TV line, but said it will continue to sell Dell-branded televisions with screens of 37 inches and smaller.

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