New low-cost, corporate PC from Gateway

Gateway has announced availability of the E-1200, a low-cost corporate PC with standards-based manageability features.

The E-1200 contains an Intel Celeron 333MHz CPU with 128K L2 cache, 32MB RAM, and comes with DMI 2.0, Wired for Management 1.1, and Wake-On-LAN. The E-1200 also has an integrated network interface card and on-board audio and video (ATI's Rage IIc 4MB AGP) capabilities.

The chassis is convertable from desktop to mid-tower with a foot stand, and virtually all components can be removed without tools. There is also a chassis intrusion sensor and a slot for a Kensington lock.

RRP $1999 plus three-year desktop warranty and lifetime toll-free tech support.

For more information, visit www.gw2k.com.au or call Gateway on 1800 500 337.

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