Dell adds new PIIIs to range

Dell has unveiled new notebook, desktop, workstation and server configurations featuring Intel's new Coppermine-enhanced Pentium III processors announced yesterday.

Dell products incorporating the new Pentium IIIs are: Dimension desktop PCs for home and small business users, Inspiron and Latitude notebooks, OptiPlex PCs, Dell Precision Workstations and PowerEdge servers.

For example, the Dimension XPS T series can now be configured with the new Pentium III 600E MHz ("E" meaning enhanced, and distinguishing it from the previous 600MHz PIII) and the 700MHz PIII. Pricing starts at $2879 for a PIII 600E MHz with 64MB SDRAM, 6.4GB hard drive, 48x CD-ROM, 17in monitor and the new 32MB nVidia GeForce256 graphics card.

The OptiPlex GX110 PC, aimed at corporates, is now offered with a choice of the new 533MHz, 600MHz, 667MHz and 733MHz Pentium IIIs, with pricing starting at $2570 for a 533MHz-configured model.

Intel's new mobile Pentium III processors also get a look in, with Dell's Latitude CPx H500GT notebook being offered with the new 500MHz PIII processor.

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