Pentium MMX

Pentium MMX

A Pentium CPU with added instructions for improved multimedia performance. See MMX and Pentium.
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Computer City's "environment," which will be rolled out by the end of the month, will include an 8-or 12-foot backwall promotion, and three demonstra- tion stations at which consumers can try software designed for the Pentium MMX processor as well as make a phone call over the Internet with Intel VideoP- hone.
Then, in early June, Intel's short-term revenue problems appeared to grow when industry analysts from the Ziff Davis trade magazine house reported that the company had drafted a plan to cut prices on its Pentium MMX line of chips by at least 35 percent to counter undercutting by competitors.
It runs at 166MHz and incorporates the new Pentium MMX chip to make it even faster.
The full-length SBCs include the PCI-743 with an Intel Pentium III 850 MHz processor and up to 768 MB of SDRAM, and the PCI-736 with an Intel Pentium MMX 266 MHz processor and up to 256 MB of SDRAM.
The MetroBook SLT is an advanced mini notebook with a 200 Pentium MMX processor, an 8.
The 765D will feature a 166-MHz Pentium MMX processor for better quality video, sound and pictures, a 3-gigabyte hard disk and IBM's largest laptop display ever - 13.
Developed by MS MacroSystem GmbH, of Wetter, Germany, the Avio completes most operations in real-time, requiring no wait for rendering, thanks to its Intel Pentium MMX cpu combined with dual-stream video processing.
The standard Modular AX model includes 166mhz Pentium MMX CPU, 32MB of memory and a 2.
Machines equipped with the new Intel Pentium MMX chips were shown off with promises of substantially improved graphics, video, sound and communications.
The unit features a 166Mhz Intel Pentium MMX processor and 32MB standard memory expandable to 288MB.
The new system, the DIGITAL HiNote VP 765, provides higher performance and bandwidth than mobile systems using standard Pentium MMX processors, and enables mobile customers to take demanding, highly processor-intensive 16- and 32-bit applications on the road.