Price cuts, new notebooks from NEC

NEC Australia has added two new models to its Versa range of notebooks, at the same time announcing price cuts of up to $1000 and more on previous notebook releases.

Entering the mid-range market is a new VersaNote, starting at $6024 and incorporating a Pentium II 366MHz processor, 6.4GB hard drive, 14in active-matrix TFT screen and 64MB RAM. Customers have the option of Windows 95, Windows 98 or Windows NT4.

For the higher end of the market, NEC has released a new Pentium II 400MHz Versa LX notebook, with a 10GB hard drive, 14in active-matrix TFT screen and 64MB RAM. Windows 95 or Windows NT4 ship with the system, prices being $8456 and $8688 respectively.

NEC has also announced price cuts of over $1000 on some models of the Versa LX family, and cuts of up to $400 on some VersaNote models.

NEC

Phone: (02) 9930 2000

http://www.nec.com.au

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