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In a memo sent out today by Dell, the company has reassured us that even though AMD is disappearing rapidly from its online store, the company remains "committed" to AMD, and is just "in the process of redistributing its product mix" -- whatever that means. But despite those euphemisms, consumers can only buy most Dell AMD systems through a retail store or over the phone. Dell pointed out that it has kept its Energy Star 4.0 Inspiron 531 consumer desktop available online, but most other AMD machines are now just for business customers or those strange creatures that use "phones" and "buildings" to buy things.

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