Fremont, California-based Link Technologies Inc, a sister company to Wyse Technology, has added three new MIPS Technologies Inc R3000 IDT3051-based X-terminals to its existing line. The new LX series has expandable memory subsystems with up to 64Mb of RAM and 10Mb of Flash EPROM, which means users can store local client and screen fonts. The entry-level LX3200 is monochrome, comes with 4Mb of RAM, 512Kb of video RAM, and resolution of 1,280 by 1,024. It has an XStone rating of 110Kb running at 25MHz and costs $2,100 for a 17 monitor version, $2,400 for an 19 version. The LX3400 and LX3600 support 256 colours and have an XStone rating of 100Kb running at 40MHz. They also sport an 8-bit audio interface for use with clients supporting Multimedia X, which means users can record analogue data via an input connector. The mid-range LX3400 has 4Mb of RAM, 1Mb of video RAM, and a resolution of 1,024 by 768. It is priced at $2,400 for a 15 monitor version and $3,105 for a 17 version. Finally, the high-end LX3600 comes with 4Mb of RAM, 2Mb of video RAM, and offers 1,280 by 1,024 resolutions. It is priced at $3,500 for a 17 monitor version and $4,000 for a 19 version.