The SBC-400, available from Impulse Corporation, is an all-in-one CPU card which supports L2 cache sizes ranging from 128Kb to 512Kb. The card accepts Intel, AMD, Cyrix and other compatible 486-based CPUs and is also totally PC/AT-compatible. If a program execution is stopped by a program bug or EMI, the 16-stage watchdog timer will reset the CPU or generate an interrupt automatically.
Contact: 01543 466552.
Ricoh has launched five colour copiers to add to its Aficio range of digital office solutions. According to the company, the range is designed to offer high-productivity digital colour copying, and includes three 3cpm Aficio colour 2000 copiers and 2cpm Aficio Colour 5000 machines (above).
Contact: 0181 261 4000.
The Scenic Pro range of professional desktop PCs from Siemens Nixdorf's PC Unit will be available with Intel's latest 200MHz Pentium processor.
The firm says the chips will be available in the Scenic Pro C5 Desktop and Scenic Pro M5 Minitower systems. These models will also feature a 256Kb or 512Kb SRam second-level pipeline burst cache, 16Mb of EDO Ram, maximum 128Mb, 64-bit PCI graphics, six-speed CD-Rom and Fast IDE hard drives of up to 2.1Gb.
Contact: 01344 850165.
CTX has introduced Cybernote (above), its first modular Pentium-based notebook, which comes with 100MHz, 120MHz and 133MHz Pentium processors.
The product, available in September, should retail at around u1,999.
Contact: 01923 818461.
Fujitsu ICL Computers has launched the C508i, a Lan server with 2GB Scsi hard disk, 32Mb of ECC Ram and a 166MHz Pentium processor as standard. The server is aimd at medium-sized departmental networks and comes with the server manager product suite that provides centralised remote server management.
Contact: 01344 473400.
Tekdata has released a range of six-speed and eight-speed Ssci - 2 CD-Rom drives from Plextor. The firm says the drives are ideal upgrade devices for professionals using online CD-based retrieval systems, CD servers and networked applications.
Contact: 01782 577677.
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