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July 7, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Compaq Computer Corp is preparing a series of new and enhanced products for the autumn, PC Week reports: Compaq plans Pentium-based servers, power-saving ProLinea desktops, its first pen-equipped notebooks and subnotebooks, and a home computer to be sold through retail outlets, officials said at PC Expo last week; first up will be new line of fault-resilient servers with one, two and four Pentium or 50MHz 80486 processors in September, when the pen-equipped unit that features a detachable keyboard and a subnotebook that weighs less than 4 lbs are also expected; a few weeks later, the first machine in a new line of ready-to-go desktop machines that will be sold only through the consumer channel should appear.

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