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Short Take: Acer introduces low-cost notebooks

Acer introduced two well-stocked, low-cost notebook PCs based on the older-generation Pentium MMX processor. The Extensa 367T comes with a 200-MHz chip, 32MB of memory, a 2.1GB hard drive, a CD-ROM, a 56-kbps modem, and a 12.1-inch active-matrix screen for $1,699. The same machine with a passive-matrix screen goes for $1,499. Also incorporating a USB port, the machines are being pitched as multimedia systems for the K-12 education market as well as for business users.

Acer introduced two well-stocked, low-cost notebook PCs based on the older-generation Pentium MMX processor. The Extensa 367T comes with a 200-MHz chip, 32MB of memory, a 2.1GB hard drive, a CD-ROM, a 56-kbps modem, and a 12.1-inch active-matrix screen for $1,699. The same machine with a passive-matrix screen goes for $1,499. Also incorporating a USB port, the machines are being pitched as multimedia systems for the K-12 education market as well as for business users.
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