New PCs and a notebook from UMAX

UMAX, distributed in Australia by Computer Enterprises, has confirmed the latest range of UMAX PCs and workstations, plus a new notebook.

The UmaxPC range includes the PC2100, PC3000 and PC 61000, as well as the WS9000 single- and dual-processor server and graphic workstations.

Configurations include:

UmaxPC 2100 Slimline desktop

AMD K6 CPU at speeds of 200, 233, 266 and 300MHz; 32MB SDRAM; 2.1GB IDE hard drive; 24x CD-ROM; 2MB SGRAM and on-board Rage II + DVD Chip VGA. RRP $1735.52UmaxPC 3000 midtowerAMD K6 CPU at speeds of 200, 233, 266 and 300MHz; 32MB SDRAM; 2.1GB IDE hard drive; 24x CD-ROM; S3 2MB VRAM VGA. RRP $1724.33UmaxPC 6100 midtowerIntel Pentium II at speeds of 233, 266, 300 and 333MHz; 64MB SDRAM; 4.3GB IDE hard drive; 24x CD-ROM; AGP 4MB VRAM.

Computer Enterprises can custom build a computer to your needs.

The new notebook is the ActionBook 530T. It has an Intel 233MHz Pentium CPU, and a removable 24x CD-ROM drive which is exchangable with the floppy drive. The notebook weighs 2.9kg and is 39mm thick. The display is 13.3in with a resolution of 1024 x 768 in 64K colours. Each of the two Li ion batteries gives approximately two hours of use, according to UMAX. RRP $5854.

Computer Enterprises has offices in all mainland capital cities; head office can be called on (08) 9353 3411.

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