(PRWEB) November 17, 2004
The S380 easily satisfies the no-compromise, mission-critical performance any organization requires. It packs an Intel Pentium 4 or Celeron processor with an Intel 915G chipset and is slated to replace the S365 as Howard Computers new corporate stable system in the second quarter of 2005. ÂWith any of our corporate-stable systems, our customers can rest assured that for an extended period of time, typically more than a year, purchasing additional systems with the exact configuration and components is no longer a concern," said Everett ÂRobbieÂ Robinson, Howard ComputersÂ marketing communications manager. ÂThis buying confidence is a factor many customers rely upon; thus, we take great care when building these products.Â
Maintaining the delicate balance between performance, stability, and affordability, the S465 surpasses most entry-level systems. It has an Intel 865 GV chipset, integrated Intel Extreme Graphics 2, and an Intel Pentium 4 processor featuring hyper-threading technology. Engineered to meet the needs of a broad user base, the system is fully configurable and can easily be upgraded as technology needs evolve.
About Howard Computers
Howard Computers, founded in 1998, is the most recent division to emerge from Howard Industries, a 500-million dollar, privately held company headquartered in Laurel, MS. Like its sister divisions, Howard Transformers, Howard Transportation, and Howard Ballast, Howard Computers is committed to creating, providing, and supporting superior products and services that meet or exceed the needs of its customers.
In addition to over 190,000 different product offerings ranging from laptops, desktops, servers, networks, and networking services that satisfy the demands of every home or business to rugged notebooks and mobile medical carts that enable healthcare personnel to focus on patient care with confidence and fewer medical errors Â Howard Computers provides tomorrowÂs technology today.
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