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SUN HINTS THAT JAVASTATION MAY GET A HARD DISK

Sun Microsystems Inc does not have a conscientious objection to including disks on a Network Computer and Ed Zanter, president of Sun Microsystems Computer Co said in Brussels yesterday that the company may in the future ship a version of its JavaStation with a hard disk. In a short time it will have Flash RAM capability and Just-In-Time chip set compilers, he said. There is an opportunity longer term to see if we can put in a hard disk. He added that the feedback after the JavaStation launch went against making the machine more complex.

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