|Name: Vectra 486U|
|Product Number: D2278A|
|Division: California Personal Computer|
|Original Price: Unknown|
|Catalog Reference: 1993, page 604|
The 486U computers were full-sized desktop PCs powered by 486 CPUs (25MHz, 33MHz, 50MHz, or 66MHz). These machines came with five EISA expansion slots and a base memory of 4 MB (expandable to 64 MB). The built-in video output was UVGA.^ TOP
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