HP Introduces Low-Priced Entry-Level Offering for Industry’s Broadest PC Workstation Family

HP Introduces Low-Priced Entry-Level Offering for Industry’s Broadest PC Workstation Family

PALO ALTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug. 31, 1998–

New HP Kayak XA PC Workstation Delivers Top Performance and Graphics Capabilities at Extremely Attractive Price Point

Hewlett-Packard Company, the worldwide workstation leader(1), today introduced the HP Kayak XA PC Workstaand includes new features that maximize uptime, kstation no longer have to choose between features, performance or price,” said Jean-Charles Miard, general s, distinguish the new HP Kayak XA PC Workstatide HP MaxiLife and HP’s new software deploymentand status reports to maximize uptime and reducg the time needed to install, update or recover software applications.

The new HP Kayak XA PC Workstation also includes the following broad range of Intel-based anderformance with the Matrox

Millennium G200z front-side bus — allowing the processor(s) topm wide Ultra SCSI hard-disk drives;

–oothly; and

— HP TopTools 4.0 — a standards-based software solution that lets

users manage inventrkstation is available as a desktop or minitower model. An HP Kayak XA PC Workstation with a 350MHz Pentium II processor, a 4.3GB 5,400 rpm wide Ultra ATA hard-disk drived to be available in September for an estimated street price of about $1,900(2).

NO. 1 WORKSTATION VENDOR IN 1997

International Data Corp. (IDC) ranked HP as t Microsoft(R) Windows NT(R)-based workstations)hich are recognized for excellence in quality awww.hp.com/go/kayak.

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