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Dell blames cooling assembly for XPS 700 delays
Written by ChrisBard   
Tuesday, 15 August 2006 01:52
Scott M. Fulton, III
August 8, 2006 16:37
UPDATE 8 August 2006 5:50 pm ET

Round Rock (TX) - Dell Computer corporate communications specialist Liem Nguyen told TG Daily this afternoon that a problem with the installation of the cooling assembly in the company's top-of-the-line enthusiast desktop system, the XPS 700, has been pegged as the culprit responsible for shipment delays, a series of which has plagued the product since its announcement late last May. Dell now expects a resolution of the problem to be implemented immediately, and customers with pending orders to receive their machines in the four- to eight-week timeframe.

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