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Merced logo

We decided to scan in our Merced pictures again so we could provide more detail for our readers. Our original pictures, in their entirety, are here:

Merced -- those pictures

. The blow-ups will allow you to have a better idea of the features of the cartridge. At the same time, we managed to scan in the Merced logo from the mug Intel gave us. We've a flatbed scanner and so that is why this logo is a little wobbly. The sun on the left of the mountains is a tad obscured. Because of some problems with the size of the images on our normal server, we've had to move the enlarged pix to a temporary site. You can find those images

here

and also

here

. The Merced images are about 200K each. ®

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