Powerful Portable Computing System Massively Expandable

May 1, 2000

The FlexPAC PIII (Flexible Portable Add-in Computer) is a 500-MHz Pentium PIII-based, massively expandable portable computer with four full-size PCI and/or ISA slots, PCMCIA/CardBus slots, CD-ROM drive, LS-120 floppy drive, up to two hard drives, and a 14.1" XGA active matrix color display. Measauring 10.2" x 6.7" x 15.8" and weighing 10 lb., the rugged, space-efficient portable computer is cooled by two fans with removable, washable filters. Price is $9000.

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