UK personal computer manufacturer Tiny Computers Ltd believes the television set will die out as a result of its new range of personal computers. The machines, called the Home Entertainment System combines the functionality of a computer, games consul, fax, telephone, answerphone, compact disk player and a television. Running on an Intel Corp 233MHz Pentium II processor, the machine has a 4.3Gb hard drive, and will sell for around $1,700.
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