Rugged computer runs at 400 MHz

Using the Intel 440BX CPU chip set, the PAC line of portable add-in 400-MHz computers accommodate up to nine full-size ISA/PCI expansion boards for remote location and factory-floor applications. They can run DOS, Windows 3.11/95/98/NT, OS/2, and Unix. To handle harsh environments, the computers provide thermostatic positive pressure cooling, shock mounting, board retention and interconnects, alloy chassis and composite case, and power choices of 200 W ac, 350 W ac, or 160 W ac/dc/UPS. A 10.4-in

Sep 1st, 1998

Rugged computer runs at 400 MHz

Using the Intel 440BX CPU chip set, the PAC line of portable add-in 400-MHz computers accommodate up to nine full-size ISA/PCI expansion boards for remote location and factory-floor applications. They can run DOS, Windows 3.11/95/98/NT, OS/2, and Unix. To handle harsh environments, the computers provide thermostatic positive pressure cooling, shock mounting, board retention and interconnects, alloy chassis and composite case, and power choices of 200 W ac, 350 W ac, or 160 W ac/dc/UPS. A 10.4-in. active-matrix TFT color display offers VGA and SVGA resolutions. Three drive bays contain a floppy disk, a hard disk, a CD-ROM, and a tape-backup. System memory ranges from 32 to 128 Mbytes of EDO RAM with up to 9 Gbytes of hard-disk storage and read/write optical storage. Dolch Computer Systems Inc., 3178 Laurelview Court, Fremont, CA 94538; (510) 661-2220; FAX: (510) 490-8345.

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