By >Daimaou - G.G-B
The Epson Vista Ready PC’s?
We all know that Windows Vista is coming out… one day… nearly 2 years late, and even though the basic version without any bells and whistles will run perfectly on our current machine, the big fat version (all the Windows fans want) will require a lot more horsepower, so we’ll slowly see small stickers appearing on new machines that say “Windows Vista Capable”. The Japanese company Epson launches 2 of these machines that are capable, the Endeavor Pro3500 desktop machine and the Endeavor NT9500Pro notebook.
For the desktop, the manufacturer chose to include a CPU ranging from a Pentium 4 630 at 3GHz to a 670 at 3.8Ghz, a minimum of 80GB of HDd space, a minimum of 512MB of RAM and a GeForce 6600GT.
The notebook’s CPU ranges from a T2300 (1.66Ghz) Duo Core CPU to a T2600 (2.16Ghz), and you also get a 15″ 1400×1050 SXGA+ screen, minimum 512MB of RAM, minimum 40GB of SATA HDD and an ATI Radeon X1400.