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Samsung India to launch PCs, printers

Buoyed by its success in marketing IT peripherals, the Korean company will now market in India its entire range of high-end IT and telecom products, including equipment such as key phone systems, cable modems, ADSL modems and the desktop computer range called Magic Station. This will give companies like Hewlett-Packard, Compaq, Xerox ModiCorp and Acer Peripherals competition from a new quarter, from a player which has already proven its prowess in marketing consumer electronics in India. SEIP, the newly-carved IT and telecom arm of the Korean chaebol, earned a revenue of Rs 250 crore in four months ended August 2000.


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