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March 25, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 1:08pm

NEC PUTS NT ON NOTEBOOKS; ADDS NEW NT APPLICATION SERVER

By CBR Staff Writer

The NEC Computer Systems Division of Packard Bell NEC Inc is putting Windows NT for the first time on notebooks, the existing Pentium MMX-based Versa 6050 and Versa 6200. Prices range from $5,000 for the Versa 6050NT to $6,600 for the Versa 6200NT. The 150MHz 6050NT is shipping now; the 166MHz 6200NT is due to ship later this month. Simultaneously NEC also announced its new Pentium Pro NT application server, ProServa HX. NEC claims the ProServa HX will be the first server to include RAID hardware at no additional cost. The base system comes standard with two 200MHz Pentium Pro processors and can expand to a four-way. It includes 10 expansion slots: six PCI and four EISA. It also features NEC’s Enterprise Server Management server software, 12 hot swappable disk bays with 100GB storage and hot pluggable redundant power supplies. It is selling with both NT and NetWare. Pricing ranges from $14,720 to $16,330.

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