Sporting Pentium III, Toshiba's Equium line revs up to 600 MHz

Sporting Pentium III, Toshiba's Equium line revs up to 600 MHz



The Toshiba slimline Equium 7100S PC comes with a 600-MHZ Pentium III processor and a 12.9G drive.


Federal buyers can purchase Toshiba America Information Systems Inc. Equium 7100 series PCs with the latest 600-MHz Pentium III processor and hard drives as large as 20G.

The Equium 7100, introduced last year, starts at $1,599 with the 600-MHz Pentium III and no monitor. General Services Administration Information Technology Schedule prices are pending.

The slimline Equium 7100S will be $1,966 through GSA's IT Schedule with 600-MHz Pentium III, 128M of synchronous dynamic RAM, a 12.9G hard drive, a 32X CD-ROM drive, 8M of video RAM, two expansion slots, 10/100-Mbps Ethernet interface and Microsoft Windows 98.

A similarly configured full-size Equium 7100D will be $1,979 and has four slots; a minitower 7100M will cost $2,301 with a 17G drive, a 4X DVD-ROM drive, 8M of video RAM, seven slots and an Iomega Zip drive.

Toshiba's TekBright 17-inch 710V monitor costs an additional $299.

Users of earlier Equium PCs can upgrade to the 600-MHz processor without other changes to platform components, Toshiba representatives said.


Contact Toshiba at 714-245-7500.

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