â€œWinBook has designed a complete range of desktops around Intel Hyper Threading technology. These new models were designed from the start to accommodate Intel’s newest desktop processors and toappeal to a wide range of businesses and consumers,â€ said Tom Paazig, Director of Product Development.
PowerSpec 9360 â€“ Pentium 4 HT 3.4 GHz, DVD+/- RW/Pro – $1,599
â€œThe exceptionally fast PowerSpec 9360 is intended for users who work with digital imaging. We find that many of these customers are migrating from the Macintosh to a Windows format,â€ said Paazig. â€œDesigned for power users, the PowerSpec 9360 with its 128MB NVIDIA GeForce FX 5700 Ultra graphics also provides very good game performance,â€ said Paazig.
PowerSpec 9260 â€“ Pentium 4 HT 3.2 GHz, DVD+/-RW/Pro – $1,199
PowerSpec 9260 models target power users with less intensive graphics requirements than those buying the 9360. 128MB NVIDIA GeForce FX 5200 graphics with DVI/TV out capability is included.
PowerSpec 8980 â€“ Pentium 4 HT 3.0 GHz, DVD+/-RW – $999
PowerSpec designed the 8980 to for power users at home who don’t require advanced graphics, but want DVD+/-RW capabilities and plenty of RAM.
PowerSpec 8923 â€“ Pentium 4 HT 2.8 GHz, Dual CD/RW and DVD drives- $799
Ideal for consumers on a budget, PowerSpec 8923 models are the most affordable PowerSpecs with Hyper Threading.
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