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  1. Random cool person

    Post An argument of minds

    WHich is a more correct way of describing a computer chip.Would it be E.g.
    "A Toshiba chip" or "A chip with Toshiba technology".

    Thanks for showing my brother he is wrong

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    Re: An argument of minds

    Both work. The second one expresses more information, but, and depending on the context, some people might consider "with Toshiba technology" redundant.

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