Windows Sound System


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Windows Sound System

A sound card from Microsoft for Windows PCs. The card was not widely used, but certain characteristics of the card are built into Sound Blaster and other sound cards for compatibility with the Windows 3.1 drivers that were created at that time.
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Digital Audio Windows sound system compatible with 3D surround Built-in stereo speakers; monaural mini-jack microphone Modem Integrated V.90 modem Optional Accessories Additional standard battery (PCGA-BP2S/HI) $299.99 Double capacity battery (PCGA-BP4S) $499.99 USB Mouse (PCGA-UMS1/A) $49.99 USB floppy drive (PCGA-UFD5) $79.99 Large carrying case (PCGA-CCGX) $129.99 Carrying case (PCGA-CCF) $99.99 Notebook backpack (PCGA-CCP1) $69.99 Neoprene notebook & AC adapter cases (PCGA-CCN1) $19.99 Additional AC adapter (PCGA-AC16V3) $99.99 External speakers (PCGA-SP1) $79.99 256 MB additional memory (PCGA-MM1256T) $399.99 2.4GHz Wireless LAN access point (PCWA-A200) $299.99 5GHz wireless LAN access point (PCWA-A500) $399.99 5GHz wireless LAN PC card (PCWA-C500) $179.99.
Microsoft Windows sound system "Voice Pilot" also obeys your voice commands; "ProofReader" reads information as it is entered or displayed on your computer's monitor; $79.95 list, $289.00 with sound card.
The 6.9-pound T4850CT comes standard with MS-DOS 6.22, Windows for Workgroups 3.11, Windows Sound System 1.1, Indeo Video 3.2, Run Time Video for Windows 1.1 and the Fn-esse utility.
Some of the most popular products appearing on the market are video e-mail with sound (SeeMail), VoiceOver, and Windows Sound System.