Corel plans to base its first network computer, due in May, on Motorola's MPC821 chip, but a second, due in the summer, will be based on Digital Equipment's Alpha-derived Strong Arm processor. The product, which will include built-in videoconferencing capabilities, a Web browser and Corel's Office for Java suite, will cost between $500 and $700.
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