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July 27, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Tadpole Technology Plc duly announced its Tadpole P1300 133MHz Pentium-based notebook computer, with high-resolution 800 by 600 10.4 active matrix thin-film transistor display and 1.2Gb internal disk option. It is aimed at three-dimensional modelling, real-time data analysis, large database management and complex multimedia applications in the field. It supports Windows95, NT, OS/2, NextStep or Solaris, and comes with 8Mb to 128Mb memory and costs from $7,000 with 340Mb disk. Tadpole also added the Sparcbook 3GX with 110MHz microSparc II, the same screen as the 1300 and 340Mb to 1.2Gb disk with 16Mb to 128Mb memory.It is $13,450 with 16Mb and a 520Mb disk.Tadpole also added P1000 Series Docking Stations: the $3,000 Model 100 has 5.25 quad speed CD-ROM drive, 2Gb SCSI disk, removable drive bay, two full-length free AT slots, AT Ethernet controller and 1.44Mb floppy drive. The Model 50 costs $1,700, and has a floppy drive and an Ethernet controller.

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