DTK is backing black

DTK Computer is re-vamping its lineup, with all of its business PCs, servers and e-boxes being re-designed and re-launched as all-black machines. The new range will be available in the Middle East this quarter, the company said.

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By  Peter Branton Published  July 23, 2003

DTK Computer is re-vamping its lineup, with all of its business PCs, servers and e-boxes being re-designed and re-launched as all-black machines.

The range is based on the Cuatro 845E-B system, which uses Intel’s Pentium 4 processor with hyper threading technology,. The newly designed machine are expected to hit the Middle East market in Q3 2003.

“We have re-designed our entire range of business PCs, servers and e-boxes to meet the unique needs of our corporate customers,” said Nimer Al Attal, managing director DTK Computer Middle East. “The new look PCs and servers, now in classic black, offer state of the art technology , headroom for growth and lowered TCO [total cost of ownership] to our target segments.”

The Cuatro 845-E uses the Intel Pentium 4 with speeds up to 3.06GHz and a 533/400MHz system bus speed. It features six high speed USB 2.0 ports for greater bandwidth.

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