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Digital Equipment today introduced new desktops and laptops based on the Windows NT operating system. Having given up on the consumer PC business, and with its PC business languishing in general, Digital is focusing on NT and the enterprise combination to give that side of its business a boost. The Pentium Pro-based desktop models will start around $2,999 and the base price of HiNote notebook will be around $4,999.