|November 11, 1999|
EUROCOM INTRODUCES INTEL PENTIUM III-BASED NOTEBOOK
|Eurocom Corporation, the Canadian leader in Desktop Replacement Notebooks(tm), has announced the release of its latest DeskNote(tm), the EUROCOM 8500P3.|
The EUROCOM 8500P3 will replace Eurocom's existing high-end, Intel Pentium II-based notebook, the EUROCOM 8500P. Except for a few changes, such as faster processing speeds of 450 and 500 MHz and a 100 MHz front side bus, the EUROCOM 8500P3 will boast the same 15.1-inch screen and full size 102-key keyboard as its predecessor.
Other features of the EUROCOM 8500P3 include the capacity to store up to 384 MB of SDRAM, 8 MB of video SGRAM, and 50 GB of storage space. The notebook also comes with a 24x CD-ROM that can be exchanged with a 4x DVD-ROM and a 3.5-inch floppy drive that can be exchanged with either a LS-120 or a Zip drive.
What's more, the notebook's highlights extend beyond its specifications to include the philosophy that lies behind it. Unlike most notebooks, as a Desktop Replacement Notebook(tm), the EUROCOM 8500P3 isn't designed to compliment desktops - it aims to completely replace them.
"The Eurocom Desktop Replacement Notebook(tm) offers an ideal computing solution because it replaces the work PC, the home computer, and the laptop with a single, mobile solution," says Mark Bialic, president of Eurocom Corporation.