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Short Take: Power Computing ships Mac OS line

Power Computing has started shipping its PowerCenter Pro line for the Mac OS. The new systems, the PowerCenter Pro 210 and PowerCenter Pro 180, use PowerPC 604e processors running at 210 MHz and 180 MHz, along with 16X CD-ROM drives. Prices start at $2,095.

Power Computing has started shipping its PowerCenter Pro line for the Mac OS. The new systems, the PowerCenter Pro 210 and PowerCenter Pro 180, use PowerPC 604e processors running at 210 MHz and 180 MHz, along with 16X CD-ROM drives. Prices start at $2,095.