DEC Alpha's for $1149.00!!!

DEC Alpha's for $1149.00!!!

Post by ViaTe » Tue, 02 Jul 1996 04:00:00



Digital Equipment Corp.

DEC Alpha Multia 166Mhz Alpha

 166 MHz Alpha processor
 TGA graphics accelerator
 24 MB memory, expandable
 256 KB cache
 340 MB SCSI hard drive
 2 PCMCIA slots
 2 serial ports
 1 parallel port
 Floppy disk drive
 SCSI-2 connector
 Ethernet connectors (twisted pair, ThinWire, thickwire)
 VGA monitor connector
 PS/2 keyboard connector
 Mouse and mouse pad
 Audio (input, output, headset, and microphone jacks)

Shipping included within the continental U.S. UPS Ground.

Add a 14" SVGA Monitor and Keyboard and have a complete system for only $1499.00

Call or Email for shipping pricing on complete systems.

Standard DEC Warranty on Alpha System

VISA - MC - AMEX - DISCOVER - CASH - CHECK

Checks require 2 weeks to clear.

Contact ViaTech at 909.342.7947 today.

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ViaTech
Hardware - Software - Consulting
3638 University Avenue, Suite 225
Riverside, California 92501
voice 909.342.7947 facsimile 909.342.7984

 
 
 

DEC Alpha's for $1149.00!!!

Post by Deryk Bark » Wed, 03 Jul 1996 04:00:00


: Digital Equipment Corp.

: DEC Alpha Multia 166Mhz Alpha

:  166 MHz Alpha processor
[..etc..]

Assuming this is the Universal Desktop Computer you might have pointed
out that DEC have officially (as of Jul 1 1996) discontinued it.

Having said which, there's one on its way to me...:-)
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DEC Alpha's for $1149.00!!!

Post by bill davids » Thu, 04 Jul 1996 04:00:00



| Digital Equipment Corp.

        [ ... snip ... ]|
| DEC Alpha Multia 166Mhz Alpha
        [ ... snip ... ]|
| Call or Email for shipping pricing on complete systems.
        [ ... snip ... ]|

In addition to this being in the wrong group (s.b. in c.o.l.announce
marked COMMERCIAL), note that this totally lacks any claim that this
hardware comes with Linux, is Linux capable, or is in any related to
Linux.

And it comes with a drive not large enough to load more than a tiny
subset of Linux...
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  Don't whine about your problems, solve them! If you're looking for
  sympathy, it's in the dictionary between swear and system.