IBM has updated its commercial desktop range by including faster CD-Roms, processors and hard drives.
The company said that its PC 365 range has an additional three models aimed at NT and other 32-bit operating systems. Machines now include a choice of 180MHz or 200MHz Pentium Pro, and come bundled with management tools and Wake on Lan features.
Some of the machines now include 2.5Gbytes and 4.2Gbytes Bus Master EIDE hard drives and 16-speed CD-Roms.
Prices start at #1,294, IBM said, which is an average reseller price.
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