Hitachi announced the FLORA 3010 DV in June 1994. The 3010 DV was distinguished as being the first Japanese-made desktop computer that accepted two processors.
The FLORA 3010 DV’s multiprocessor configuration consisted of two 90 MHz Pentium processors. Because the low-power processors ran on 3.3 V, it was a very energy-efficient model despite being a desktop. It was standard equipped with 8 MB of memory that could be expanded to 128 MB. Its internal buses included a 64-bit CPU bus, a cutting-edge high-speed 32-bit bus, and a PCI bus. And for high-speed graphics rendering, it came with a high-speed Vision 864 graphics accelerator that was compatible with the PCI bus.
The FLORA 3010 DV was envisioned as a high-performance graphics computer in CAD systems or as a small-scale LAN server.
|CPU||90 MHz Pentium processor|
|CPU configuration||Standard equipped with one processor, expandable to two processors|
|Main memory||8 MB, standard; 128 MB, maximum|
|Cache memory||16 KB, primary; 256 KB, secondary|
|Display colors||SVGA mode: 64,000 colors (1024 x 768 pixels) or 16.77 million colors (640 x 480 pixels)
VGA mode: 16 colors/260,000 colors (640 x 480 pixels)
|File storage||Floppy drive||One 3.5-inch drive (three modes: 1.44 MB / 1.2 MB/ 720 KB)|
|Expansion slots||Two PCI slots, three ISA slots|
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