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Dell Computer Corp. was the first major computer marketer to shift a key model line to the coveted updated version of the Pentium chip, and it promoted the move in The Wall Street Journal. The page ad, created by Goldberg Moser O'Neill, San Francisco, to promote Dell's premium OptiPlex line, also will run in computer publications this week. The new chip eliminates a much-publicized bug in earlier Pentiums, the flagship chip of Intel Corp. As a direct marketer that assembles PCs to order, Dell can move more quickly than larger rivals that must sell off existing inventory. Dell is betting heavily on Pentium, which accounts for more than one-third of its PC revenue.
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