Compaq announces Deskpro EN and EP Series desktops

Compaq Computer Australia has redesigned its Deskpro family, claiming that the Deskpro EN and Deskpro EP Series offer "the highest quality, best-value desktops available today".

The EN Series is designed for enterprise customers who want a "consistent, industry-standard" desktop. It is available in two form factors: traditional desktop and a smaller form (available in the third quarter). The PCs feature colour-coded levers for removal and replacement of drives without tools.

Pricing starts at $2594, available from mid June.

The EP Series "delivers the best price/performance in an easy-to-use desktop". Pricing starts at $1695, available from mid June.

All new models incoporate Compaq's Intelligent Manageability, and support DMI 2.0, SNMP, Wired for Management (WfM) and Microsoft Zero Administration. The new Series machines support Microsoft PC98 spec and are Y2000-compliant.

Compaq Computer Australia

Phone: (02) 9911 1999

www.compaq.com.au

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IDG staff

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