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The Icon Bar: News and features: Cerilica release more details on the Nucleus
 

Cerilica release more details on the Nucleus

Posted by Tim Fountain on 00:53, 28/5/2000 | , , ,
 
One of the surprises at Wakefield was the rather nice looking machine sitting on Cerilica's stand. The Nucleus will be fitted with a Imago motherboard making it capable of resolutions up to 2048x1536 at 72Hz in 24-bit colour. It will come with Cerilica Vantage and whole host of other graphics tools, but prices will start at about £2,000 so it's really aimed at the high-end graphics user.

Cerilica have now added a few pages on the machine to their website, including a full specification. Some photos of the machine taken at the show can be found in ROUGOL's Wakefield photos.
 

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