Unsurprisingly, Dell refused to comment on these reports. However, eWEEK points to a previous statement by AMD VP Marty Seyer as a possible official hint of a deeper relationship between AMD and Dell. Seyer said, "I have yet to see a partnership we have in which that one entry point doesn't expand into multiple products." That statement makes sense, but September would certainly be an odd time for Dell to introduce AMD desktops into its lineup, since Intel plans to launch its Core 2 desktop chips in July. One of the analysts suggests Dell might offer AMD chips on the low end, though, a segment where Intel may still be offering Netburst-based chips after the Core 2 launch.