Including office productivity suite Windows 95 and also Windows NT 4.0 (for an additional $200), the machines are targeted at corporate users.
The line's flagship, the HiNote VP 575, falls $500 to $3,499. At the low end, the HiNote VP 560 is reduced $200 to just below the $2,000 mark, selling for $1999.
The 575 comes with a 166-MHz Pentium processor and a 2.16GB hard drive, while the 560 comes with a 133-MHz Pentium processor and a 1.44GB hard drive. Both models include 16MB RAM, a 12X CD-ROM drive, and 12.1-inch screen.
The mid-range HiNote VP 567 is one of two models that features a 133-MHz MMX Pentium. Its price has fallen $400 to $2,999.