On Thu, Mar 01, 2001 at 10:32:55AM +0000, John P . Looney came forth with:
> On Thu, Mar 01, 2001 at 09:46:21AM +0000, Niall O Broin mentioned:
> > P.S. I just had a thought - the box is a an E420 which is a mid sized
> > server, price in the region of IR£30K and its network card costs ~IR£750.
> > That corresponds to a PC costing IR£1K with a network card costing IR£15
> > which is about right. Have I discovered the secret of Sun's pricing policy ?
> > Anyone had a recent quote for an E10K ? If so, how much was the network card ?
>> Well, the case for an E10k is £190k, ex VAT.
>how much is a floppy drive?
> That's without PSUs, Fans etc. A motherboard (holds 10GB RAM, 4 CPUS) was
> ~18k, and the processors were around 8k each (for 400Mhz ones). May have
> changed though.
667 MHz EV67 modules with 8 MB of E-CACHE are currently priced at $12,500
individually in the ES40 (from aceshardware.com)
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