Shoppers get a sneak peek at Pentium D

Intel's forthcoming Pentium D, the company's first dual-core processor for desktop PCs, was already on display in a small electronics shop in Tokyo on Tuesday.

Computer Plaza Zoa, in the city's Akihabara electronics district, had been demonstrating the Pentium D working on a motherboard with an i945 chip set, but on Tuesday the hardware was sitting idle on the shop's second floor.

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