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The Nitro PowerPC workstations are designed as professional video systems, with a price tag to match. All of the systems shown below come equipped with a Video Toaster switcher, effects generator, and keyer, as well as Lightwave 3D pre-installed.

Cordel Nitro PowerPC Video Workstation

The Nitro comes fitted with a PowerPC 604e processor running at 200MHz, as well as the Motorola 68060 50MHz. This allows all Amiga-based 680x0 and PowerPC software to run at the fastest possible speed. It comes with 142Mb as standard- 128Mb EDO, 12Mb fast and 2Mb chip. The system comes equipped with a 9.1 GB SCSI-Wide hard drive, 33.6kbps US Robotics modem, 21 SVGA .25 Dot Pitch, internal 1Gb Jaz removable drive, 20X SCSI CD- ROM, 1.76Mb floppy, and an optional 10-base-T network card, plus the Video Toaster 4.2 system. It also features a PPC CyberVision graphics card and 8Mb graphics ram. This offers a maximum 1600x1200 resolution in 24-bit (16.8 million colours) display and 3D Acceleration.

Price on release: - $16,499

Cordel NitroPRO PowerPC Non-linear Video Workstation

This system is only for sale through custom-built units. This allows the business to tailor the system to their own demands, whilst restricting its use to the top 5% of the professional video market. The system is based upon the PowerPC 604e processor running at 200mHz, whilst the Amiga operating system uses the 68060 50MHz unit. It is fitted with a total 142Mb ram- 128Mb EDO, 12Mb fast and 2Mb Chip. The systems can also be fitted with any hard drive between 2-23Gb SCSI-wide hard drive, capable of storing 1.9 GB for audio track and 1 9 GB for internal storage (I know the figures don't add up, I'm just reporting from their web site). The system comes equipped with a 33.6kbps US Robotics modem and software, 20x SCSI CD-ROM drive, 1.76Mb floppy drive, PPC CyberVision graphics card with 8Mb ram, Video Toaster 4.2 plus an optional 10-base-T network card, 1Gb JAZ drive and monitor. To complement this configuration, the machine is bundled with the NewTek Flyer non-linear editor.

Price on release:- Call for availability.

Cordel NitroSupreme

More information as soon as it is announced.

 



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