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Hewlett-Packard Co has also launched two new workstations, the 715/75 and the 725/75, upgrading the current 715 and 725 Modles from 33MHz and 50MHz chips to the 75MHz 7100 PA-RISC. The systems outperform equivalent Digital Equipment Corp Alpha boxes at a lower price, claims Hewlett. Board upgrades are available. Prices start from $15,395 for 32Mb memory and 525Mb disk. And the company has also launched a new range of industrial workstations: 745i/100 and 747i/100, using the 100MHz 7100 chip.
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