The HALstation 330 operates at 101 MHz, and offers a SPECint92 of 181 and a SPECfp92 of 212. Its suggested retail price, including a 2-gigabyte disk, 64 megabytes of RAM, and a 20-inch color monitor, is $23,010.
For those who want more power and have money to spend, the HALstation 350 sports a 118-MHz CPU and the same basic peripherals as its slower brother. It costs $33,000, and promises a SPECint92 of 212 and SPECfp92 of 271.
Both appear almost identical from the outside, standing 23-inches tall, 21-inches deep, and about 12-inches wide at the base.
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Last updated: 1 October 1995