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November 27, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Hyundai Electronics America, San Jose, California has announced the Corporate Series 486/33E, the Super-NB386S, the Super-386S/20L and the Super-386D/33L; the 486/33E will become Hyundai’s high end deskside system, and is designed to function as a network server or a host-computer within a multi-user environment; it is based on the the 33MHz 80486 processor and features has 128Kb of direct-mapped, write-through cache memory, 4Mb of zero-wait-state main memory on the motherboard, expandable to 32Mb, and a socket for a 4167 maths coprocessor; seven 32-bit EISA slots provide access to a high-performance 32-bit personal computer bus and room for 500Mb mass storage; the 20MHz 80386SX-based notebook, the Super-NB386S, weighs 6.2lbs and provides 2Mb random access memory, expandable to 8Mb, a 40Mb or 60Mb hard disk drive and a maths coprocessor socket; Super-386S/20L has 2Mb of zero-wait-state main memory, expandable to 8Mb, and it supports the 80387SX maths co-processor; the Super-386D/33L has 4Mb of random access memory, expandable to 32Mb, and 32Kb to 64Kb of direct-mapped write-through cache memory and supports 80387 and 3167.

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