Network Communications unveils locally assembled desktop System X

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Network Communications Ltd. (NetCom), the IT branch of the Adam Group of companies is pleased to introduce their latest addition, SYSTEM X desktop computers which are positioned as an ‘affordable’ entry level home and office PC.

The new desktop PC which is assembled in Sri Lanka offers ‘Value for money’, quality assurance backed by the company, a 3 year warranty with a warranty card and other benefits packed inside. System X is powered by The Intel Pentium processor with Intel dual-core technology which delivers great desktop performance, low power enhancements, and multitasking for everyday computing.

Network Communications has partnered with Intel to offer the processors along with Intel’s G31 Chipset motherboard. For the average user the difference in performance will be most noticeable when multi-tasking operations or when using Simultaneous Multithreading (SMT) software’s such as Adobe Photoshop.

The desktop PC also comes with the Licensed Microsoft Operating system having partnered with Microsoft Sri Lanka. Customers can be confident of using the Microsoft genuine operating system platform which will further facilitate with access to Microsoft’s latest features, security, and support, which will help to improve productivity and expand the capabilities of the PC. Furthermore System X owners will also have access to new innovations and offerings available only to genuine Microsoft software customers.

NETCOM being the local agent for Viewsonic desktop LCD monitors have also collaborated to offer a 16 inch Viewsonic LCD monitor along with the System X PC making it a fantastic deal. Viewsonic monitors have been reviewed online as good value product with high end resolution, contrast and low electricity usage. The 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’’ Vewsonic LCD monitor, keyboard with optical mouse and added freebees such as a USB speaker and a web camera. In terms of pricing the basic System X desktop PC is sold at Rs. 46,500, thus gaining a competitive advantage as a combo deal desktop solution offered at an extremely affordable price advantage.

‘‘System X will provide as an affordable solution for Sri Lankans especially when the country is gearing towards being IT proficient. There’s a huge market and System X will offer a faster responsiveness to customer needs especially where warranty and quality assurance is concerned,’’ NetCom Chief Operating Officer Larry Adams. The Company will also be introducing other variations of the brand such as a Business PC for high end business needs and an Extreme PC which will be capable for high end graphic needs, added Adams.

Network Communications Ltd has been in the IT and computer product business for the past 8 years and served as the agent and distributor for brands such as Hewlett Packard, EAST UPS, Hitachi, Viewsonic and Ultrasonic etc. The company also has a high market share of IT peripherals imports for the Sri Lankan market and wishes to export System X machines to the South Asian region in the time to come.