Um apoio para o queixo foi utilizado para posicionar a cabeca dos participantes em frente a um monitor Philips Brilliance (21") com resolucao de 1024 x 768 pixels, conectado a um computador 486DX2
, 50 MHz, 4Mb RAM, com uma placa de video Diamond Speedstar 24 de 1Mb RAM.
Recomendado PC: Windows 95+, 486DX2
66+, 16MB+ RAM, 30MB+ Disco Duro CDROM 16x, opcionalmente: puerto USB
Although lesser machines will technically run the software, CPAS would be wise to have at least a 486DX2
66Mhz computer with 16MBs random access memory (RAM) before installing it.
Our electronic classroom houses 54 486SX 25MHz microcomputers for students (each configured with 4MB of RAM, 40MB hard disk and 1028x768 color monitor) plus one 486DX2
66MHz computer for the instructor (with 8MB of RAM, 420MB hard disk, color monitor, SoundBlaster card, CD-ROM drive, stereo amplifier and external speakers).
If you are also operating a CD-ROM, you may want to move up to a 486DX2
Intel processor or better.
I expect the difference between the 486DX2
and cheaper computers to narrow down by 10%, mostly due to a decline in the price of the 486.
1 or WIN 95/ NT 25 MHz 486DX2
or faster 16MB RAM recommended Minimum 25MB hard disk space 2X CD-ROM drive or faster 640X480 display, 256 colors Windows compatible sound device Printer support: Works with most popular (monochrome and color) supported by Windows
MPC-2 MPC-3 PC 95 Consumer System Processor type 486SX Pentium 486DX2
Processor speed 25 MHz 75 MHz 66 MHz RAM 4 MB 8 MB 8 MB Hard disk capacity 160 MB 540 MB not specified Hard disk access time not specified 15 ms not specified CD-ROM transfer rate 300 KB/sec 600 KB/sec 300 KB/sec CD-ROM access time 400 ms 250 msec 400 msec Audio specs 16-bit 16-bit 16-bit 8 note wavetable sampling synthesizer synthesizer recommended Video playback not specified MPEG1 MPEG1 playback socketing Table 1: Specifications for Multimedia Systems
For Windows, the software requires Windows 95, a 66Mhz 486DX2
or faster processor, 16MB RAM, 37MB hard disk space 2X CD-ROM drive or faster, SVGA monitor supporting thousands of colors and a Windows-compatible sound device.
I doubt that you would see the potential performance improvements even on the 8 megabyte, 66 MHz 486DX2
category system that is recommended by Microsoft for consumers (as opposed to developers).
The M486DX2/66 Workstation is based on an AT&T 66 MHz 486DX2
system and includes identical features to the M560, except for the processor and hard drive (340 MB as opposed to 540 MB).
One example of a new ZEOS multimedia system is a ZEOS system based on Intel Corporation's 486DX2