Are You Ready For A Pentium Power Trip?Edward Baig
So you thought the 486 DX2-66 would give you all the computer you would ever need. Now along comes Intel, making a big push on the tube to get you to buy a brainy personal computer built around its Pentium microprocessor. Never mind that 486-based computers housing Intel and other companies' chips are relatively cheap and powerful enough to run all the latest gee-whiz multimedia software. Or that for as little as $1,500, you can buy a computer packed with a CD-ROM drive, sound card, and other features that make techies drool. If you can squeeze just a little bit more out of your budget, you can afford a Pentium.
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