Compaq will announce tomorrow new additions to its range of Armada notebooks including models featuring Intel?s mobile Pentium II 300MHz processor due to be released on the same day.
The top of the range model is the Armada 7400, a high performance notebook featuring Intel?s mobile Pentium II (266MHz or 300MHz) processor, encased in a ruggedised magnesium box designed to endure frequent wear and tear.
The specification includes a 13.3inch colour TFT display, a 24-speed CD ROM drive, and a 4Gbyte/6.4Gbyte Smart hard drive.
The slimline Armada 3500 has a similar specification to the 7400, including the mobile PII chip, but is much lighter, weighing from 1.99Kgrams.
Also being announced tomorrow is the Armada 6500. As a revamped Digital Hinote Ultra 2000 notebook, it is not compatible with Compaq?s docking stations but does offer integrated Ethernet and a 56K modem for remote access.
Prices for the notebooks start from #1,945 for the 3500.
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