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Short: IBM announces new models in its ThinkPad line

IBM announced new models in its 760 and 365 ThinkPad line, price cuts on existing 760s, and bundling of Windows NT on certain ThinkPad models as well as enhanced support for NT. The ThinkPad 760 will get a 150-MHz Mobile Pentium processor, a 6X CD-ROM drive, and a 2.1GB hard disk drive (HDD). IBM added a 1024-by-768 resolution 12.1-inch active-matrix LCD screen to its 760E, previously limited to 800-by-600 resolution. The 365 ThinkPad will be available with an 11.3-inch active-matrix screen, previously limited to 10.4-inch screens. Certain 365s will get a 6X CD-ROM drive and a 1.35 GB HDD. The 760ED with a 133-MHz Pentium processor will drop from $6,999 to $5,399.

IBM announced new models in its 760 and 365 ThinkPad line, price cuts on existing 760s, and bundling of Windows NT on certain ThinkPad models as well as enhanced support for NT. The ThinkPad 760 will get a 150-MHz Mobile Pentium processor, a 6X CD-ROM drive, and a 2.1GB hard disk drive (HDD). IBM added a 1024-by-768 resolution 12.1-inch active-matrix LCD screen to its 760E, previously limited to 800-by-600 resolution. The 365 ThinkPad will be available with an 11.3-inch active-matrix screen, previously limited to 10.4-inch screens. Certain 365s will get a 6X CD-ROM drive and a 1.35 GB HDD. The 760ED with a 133-MHz Pentium processor will drop from $6,999 to $5,399.