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Power Computing debuts Mac clones

Power Computing debuted two new lines of Mac clones today.

Power Computing today rolled out two new lines of Power Macintosh clones ranging from $1,895 for the 120-MHz PowerCenter to $4,195 for the 180-MHz PowerTower.

All systems are based on the PowerPC 604 processor. The company is offering various bundling packages with the new Mac clones. The Internet Package, available for $195 with the purchase of either a PowerTower or PowerCenter system, includes a Global Village 28.8-kbps fax-modem and the Apple Internet Connection Kit already installed.

Power will also offer Microsoft Office and Macromedia software in separate bundling packages with their new systems.

The PowerCenter and PowerTower models are listed as follows:
--PowerTower 180 (minitower), $4,195, includes 16MB RAM, 2GB AV HD, 512K cache, 2MB VRAM and minitower.
--PowerTower 166 (minitower), $3,795, includes 16MB RAM, 2GB AV HD, 512K cache, 2MB VRAM.
--PowerCenter 150 (desktop), $2,995, includes 16MB RAM, 1GB HD, 256K cache, 1MB VRAM.
--PowerCenter 132, $2,495, includes 16MB RAM, 1GB HD, 256K cache, 1MB VRAM.
--PowerCenter 120 (desktop), $1,995, includes 8MB RAM, 850MB HD, 256K cache, 1MB VRAM.
--PowerCenter 120 (low profile), $1,895, includes 8MB RAM, 850MB HD, 256K cache, 1MB VRAM.