90MHz Pentium

Gruman, Galen
June 1994
Macworld;Jun94, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p43
Reports on Intel's introduction of its power-efficient 90MHz and 100MHz Pentiums three months earlier than expected. Shipment in limited quantity in March 1994; `Macworld' magazine's evaluation of the Pentium showing that it is still slower than both the Macintosh PowerBook 7100/66 and 8100/80; Other products released by Intel.


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