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July 21, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:43pm

MAC CLONER UMAX MOVES OVER TO THE WORLD OF WINTEL PCS

By CBR Staff Writer

Longtime Mac cloner Umax Technologies Inc is moving out of Apple’s space into the Wintel world, launching a high-end Pentium graphics workstation and UmaxPC, a graphics Pentium incorporating MMX technology. Both run under NT, ‘the emerging standard for corporate computing’, says Umax, exhibiting all the zealotry of the newly-converted. The UmaxStation family consists of five models – the 6000, 6200, 6400, 9000 and 9300. All come with Intel 266MHz Pentium IIs, DVD multimedia drives or CD-ROMs and graphics accelerators. The 6000 is the base, and the 9300, with dual 266MHz Pentium IIs, targets mechanical, industrial, architectural , animation, multimedia, 3D web authoring, visualization, simulation and virtual reality application users. They come with a range of Adobe applications, 64Mb RAM, 4Gb hard drive, a Matrox Millenium graphics accelerator and a 17 or 21 color monitor.

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