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Tandy Sensation! (multimedia PC) (Hardware Review) (Evaluation)
by Eddie Huffman
Tired of computers whose names look like catalog order numbers? Ready for a machine that does more than merely boot up or run Windows? Need a little fanfare before you start punching numbers into your spreadsheet?
Probably not. Most likely, you're more concerned with getting a computer that runs quickly and efficiently at a good price--one that comes with plenty of software, a sharp monitor, and worthwhile extras like a mouse and advanced sound. Fortunately, the Tandy Sensation! offers all that along with its cutesy name, colorful graphical user interface, and flashy introductory screen. The Sensation! is a multimedia PC, meaning it has a CD-ROM drive and meets the MPC hardware standards as defined by the MPC Marketing Council (see Test Lab in the December 1992 issue of COMPUTE). It also has a 107MB hard drive, a 3 1/2-inch floppy drive, a 2400-bps modem 4800-bps for fax communications), a 486SX processor running at 25 MHz, a standard 101 -key keyboard, a two-button Tandy mouse, stereo MPC sound, and a Super VGA monitor running in 1024 x 768 noninterlaced mode. Loaded with plenty of software, including CD-ROM programs, this system gives you enough to keep you busy until the next congressional elections.