Portable Computer speeds field work with 1.4 GHz CPU.

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Series NBX combines 5 or 6 built-in drive bays with 3 ISA slots and 3, 5, or 6 PCI slots. Unit includes 128 Mbyte RAM, 40 Gbyte hard drive, CD-ROM, floppy drive, detachable 108-key keyboard, two 9-pin, RS-232 ports and one EPP port. Aluminum chassis with impact-resistant, molded ABS shell makes unit suitable for rough field conditions. PC offers choice of 14.1, 15.4, or 15.4 TFT LCD color display that shows 256 K colors at resolutions up to 1400 x 1050 pixels.



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Portable PCs Speed Field Work with 1.4 GHz CPUs



The rugged NBX series of portable PCs from CyberResearch® has
been upgraded with 1.4GHz CPUs to make data gathering faster
and easier in the field. Various models combine 5 or 6 built-in
drive bays with 3 ISA and 3 PCI slots, 5 PCI slots, or 6 PCI slots. A convenient carrying case provides a pull handle and wheels.

In addition to 1.4GHz CPUs, each of the NBX systems from CyberResearch, Inc. can be ordered with thrifty 700 MHz or 1.0 GHz CPUs. Also included are 128 MB of RAM, a 40GB hard drive, a CD-ROM, a floppy drive, and a detachable 108-key keyboard. All units come with two 9-pin RS-232 ports and one enhanced parallel printer (EPP) port. Heavy-duty aluminum chassis with impact-resistant molded ABS shells make these units idea for rough field conditions.

NBX PCs come with 14.1," 15.1," or 15.4" TFT LCD color displays that show 256K colors at resolutions up to 1400 x 1050 pixels. All displays include an AGP video card for high-quality engineering graphics.

A unique sliding door on the side of each unit provides easy access to all I/O ports and expansion slots. The detachable FoldTop(TM) 108-key Windows® keyboard includes a GlidePoint(TM) pointing device and a 24" keyboard cable.

In addition to portable PCs - now shipping from stock - CyberResearch, Inc., also offers panel-mount, and desktop PCs, as well as data-acquisition and
motion-control systems. For more information on any of our products, call Joe
Tetreault at 800-341-2525, or visit www.cyberresearch.com.

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