NEC launch new notebooks, PCs

NEC Australia today launched a new desktop PC series along with new Versa notebooks.

A new addition to NEC's ValueMate range of PCs, the A6000T series is aimed at business users from the small and medium enterprise market through to government, corporate and education users.

The ValueMate A6000T, with prices starting from $3592, incorporates Intel's Pentium III processor, a 40X CD-ROM drive, 8.4GB disk drive and 64MB RAM. The systems come with Windows 95 or NT depending upon configuration.

NEC also launched the new Versa LX notebook range, described as "a top-level desktop replacement or multimedia machine" by a company official at the launch. The Versa LX range is based on the Pentium II processor (with speeds from 300MHz to 366MHz), and includes a DVD or CD-ROM drive, 64MB RAM, 8MB Video RAM, AGP, 14in active-matrix TFT screens and hard drive capacities from 6.4GB to 10GB.

The company also announced a second new series of ValueMate PCs -- the E6000C Series, based on Intel's Celeron processor and available in speeds from 366MHz to 466MHz. The E6000C Series will be released to market in June.

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