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Berkshire-based Swanntech Systems has launched a dual PIII based CAD workstation. Priced at a chunky £7,699, the system comes with Dual PIII 550 motherboard with 1Gb RAM (capacity 2Gb), 8 x PCI slots, 2 x ISA and 1 x AGP slots, and 2 x Intel PIII 550 processors. It's also supplied with 64Mb RAM AGP graphics card with dual output channels for dual monitor operation, Int SCSI CD writer/rewriter, 2 x 18Gb 10k rev/min Ultra2 SCSI HDDs (with 4Mb cache), FDD, Internal 12-25Gb capacity tape back up, keyboard and mouse. It ships with NT4 workstation pre-loaded and has a three year warranty. More information is available here. ®

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