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Dell says it's staying in the LCD TV biz, but making changes

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Well, that didn't take long. Just a day after rumors that Dell was planning to exit the LCD TV business started to circulate, the company has now come out and flatly denied them, although it does apparently have a few changes in store. The first of those is that Dell is now planning to only sell LCD TVs that are 37-inches or smaller under its own brand. To fill in that gap, Dell says it's planning to sell more TVs from other manufacturers, which it began doing in February with the addition of a number of Sony sets, along with models by Panasonic, Pioneer, Samsung, and ViewSonic. Presumably, this has no effect on their monitor business, which, at the rate things are going, should be passing the 37-inch mark any day now.

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