ClientPro Ct gets a microtower chassis with three PCI slots and four drive bays

ClientPro Ct gets a microtower chassis with three PCI slots and four drive bays

Micron PC Inc.'s ClientPro Ct does not follow the industry trend of slimming client PCs down toward notebook computer dimensions.



Instead, the new managed PC has what the Meridian, Idaho, maker calls a microtower chassis that maintains expandability at a weight of about 23 pounds. The microtower has three PCI slots and four external drive bays.

The $930 government price includes a 15-inch monitor, a 533-MHz Celeron processor, integrated Accelerated Graphics Port graphics, a 5G hard drive, a 48X CD-ROM drive and a 10/100-Mbps network interface card. Micron preinstalls Microsoft Windows 98 or 2000, Intel LANDesk Client Manager and other management software.

Micron also announced it has taken the No. 2 position among direct sellers on the General Services Administration's Information Technology Schedule. The company said its Micron Government Computer Systems Inc. subsidiary sold $160 million worth of systems to agencies in the three quarters ending March 31.

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