Compaq last week launched the Armada 7770DMT, a high-end notebook based on Intel's new 233MHz Mobile Pentium processor with MMX.
The new addition is the most powerful member of the fully mobile Armada notebook family. It comes with 32Mb of RAM as standard, a 20-speed CD-ROM drive and 3Gb Smart hard drive with Compaq's Intelligent Manageability features.
A 33.6Kbps telephony modem is also included, and the model comes with a 12.1 inch TFT display.
Users can choose to have the notebook configured with Windows 95 or Windows NT.
The Armada 7770DMT is priced at #3,999 and is available immediately.
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