A trio of vendors have announced new PC models based on Intel's recently announced processors.
Dell has upgraded its desktop, workstation and server lines to include Intel's 450MHz Pentium II at the high end, and its 333MHz Celeron processor at the more budget priced end.
Using the same processors Acer has also added two new PC models to its line. The Aspire 6181 uses the 450MHz version with 128Mbytes of memory. It retails from #1,899. The Aspire 604A using the Celeron comes in on the other end of the price spectrum at #799.
Finally IBM is using the 450MHz Pentium II in a new top of the range Aptiva, code named Cobra, targeting the luxury market. However its new cheaper model will use AMD's 350MHz K6-2 processor to come in towards the #1,000 mark.
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