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May 6, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:10pm


By CBR Staff Writer

NEC Computer Systems Division said it has launched its third generation of PowerPlayer gaming PCs. The two new models, the PowerPlayer 3020 and 3010 are powered, respectively, by 200 MHz and 166 MHz Intel Pentium processors with MMX technology and both have a 16X IDE CD-ROM drive and stereo sound system. Both include 32Mb of EDO RAM (expandable to 128Mb), 256Kb secondary cache of pipeline burst memory, and a 4.0Gb or 3.2Gb hard drive. The PowerPlayer 3020 and 3010 are out now for $2,599 and $2,299.

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