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PC 97

The second PC 9x specification, which was aimed at Windows 98 and 2000. It defined Basic, Workstation and Entertainment categories, retained the ISA bus and added USB and FireWire. The minimum requirements were a 120 MHz CPU with 16MB of RAM. See PC 9x.
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Worldwide Computer Products News-14 November 2001-Intel and Hewlett-Packard team to design Concept PC 2001 (C)1995-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Intel Corp's Intel Labs division and Hewlett-Packard Co's Business Desktop Division Labs unit have worked together to develop a new PC design, called Concept PC 2001.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-14 November 2001-Intel and Hewlett-Packard team to design Concept PC 2001 (C)1994-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
There are no plans for Intel and Microsoft to co-author a comprehensive set of design guidelines after PC 2001 System Design Guide." You can download an HTML, Word, or PDF version of the 2001 guide from http://www.pcdesignguide.com/pc 2001/default.htm.
Microsoft has built on the foundation of the PC 2001 System Design Guide an circulated a PC Design Checklist for Windows XP for comment.
Plan your PC purchases with Microsoft, Intel, AMD, the PC 2001 System Design Guide, and theoretical physicist Michio Kaku in mind.
More likely the ads will describe systems looking like the requirements of industry draft version 0.7 of the PC 2001 System Design Guide, dated March 30, 2000.
The PC 2001 guidelines are to take effect on July 1,2001 and will apply to client systems shipped in the second half of the year.
Download the latest version of the PC 2001 System Design Guide at http://www.pcdesguide.
The PC 2001 System Design Guide draft has given us an outline that we can use now to specify systems that won't be obsolete a year or 18 months after we buy them.
Table 3 is taken from page three of the Executive Summary of the Industry Review Draft version 0.7 of the PC 2001 System Design Guide dated March 30, 2000.