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What does P4 stand for?
P4 stands for Pentium IV (Intel microprocessor)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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The integrated computer system includes a 17-inch, high-resolution, color LCD flat panel monitor, a stable monitor mount that permits flexible adjustment, an Intel Pentium IV or Pentium M processor, 250 MB SDRAM, a rechargeable battery system with 52 A hours maximum, and a full-function keyboard with an overlay to protect against liquids.
The equipment includes: Pentium IV Windows based Computer, Video Camera and accessories, PVC Card printer, Laser Printer, Lamination system, ID Database software, Signature pad/Fingerprint scanner, Magnetic stripe-capable ID card stock, Toner and ink cartridges, Other accessories.
The computer used was a Pentium IV, priced at about $1200.
Another national retailer, Staples, held a 2-day event in February to take in used computer equipment, offering a $100 credit on the purchase of any new Pentium IV computer to people who wanted to "trade in" a complete system.
Now you simply put a Pentium IV in the middle of a football pitch full of memory - which costs about ten pence - and you can run just about whatever software you like.
Intel's production plant is expected to operate at 100 percent of installed capacity as of March 2001, as the company gears up for the production of its Pentium IV microprocessor.