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Details of the first systems

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Intel says P4 systems will be 'widely available' in Q4 and lists the following vendors as having systems:

The list

HP, Dell, Compaq, Gateway, Dixons, IBM, Fujitsu Siemens, Acer, Dan, Toshiba, Saturn, NEC, Unika, Media Markt, Formoza, R&K.

Expect to see other manufacturers as well. Some PC makers, notably Tiny in the UK, have officially stated they will not be offering P4 systems this year.

Due to Intel's embargo, few details of systems are currently available. This is what we know so far. There's only one 1.4GHz box to date, from HP. The low price reflects the fact that the monitor is extra.

First systems
HP 9795C $2199.97
P4 1.4GHz
128MB RDRAM
60GB Hard Drive
CD-RW
DVD
Front Access FireWire ports
56k Modem
10/100 NIC
Price includes speakers, mouse, keyboard.

Dell Dimension 8100, $3398
P4 1.50
128MB DRDRAM
40GB HD, 12X DVD, CD-RW
19" monitor

Gateway Performance 1500XL, $3499
P4 1.50
128MB DRDRAM
45GB HD, DVD-ROM, CD-RW
19" monitor, TV tuner

IBM NetVista A60i, $3259
P4 1.50
128MB DRDRAM
45GB HD, DVD-ROM, CD-RW
GeForce2 video
Intel NIC
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