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System X local desktop PC launched at Rs. 46,500

Sri Lankan IT company Network Communications recently launched a locally assembled desktop Personal Computer (PC) which it says offers "value for money". Now available at Rs. 46,500, along with a three year warranty, the PC, called System X, is being sold as an entry level PC for the home or office.
"System X comes with a Intel 2.8 GHz Dual core processor, Intel G31 Chipset Motherboard with onboard graphics card, 1 GB DDR11 memory (upgradeable), 500GB SATA hard disk drive, DVD/ RW burner (SATA), 16’’ Viewsonic LCD monitor, Keyboard with optical mouse and added freebies such as a USB speaker and a web camera," according to the company.

Also highlighted is the company's partnership with Microsoft and Intel, wherein this PC will feature a genuine, "Licenced Microsoft Operating system" and Intel’s G31 Chipset motherboard. The latter allowing performance improvement "most noticeable when multi-tasking operations or when using simultaneous multithreading (SMT) software such as Adobe Photoshop."

According to the company's Chief Operating Officer, Larry Adams; "There’s a huge market and System X will offer a faster responsiveness to customer needs especially where warranty and quality assurance is concerned."

He further reveals his company will also be bringing in other variations of this offering, including high-end business and graphics oriented PCs, while at the same time also taking this range to other countries in South Asia.

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