Cell Computing to Demonstrate 3 x 5 Inch Pentium PCs at Embedded   Processor  
       Forum; New 'Plug-N-Run' Systems Feature NeoMagic Multimedia   ICs       
                       (Business Wire; 05/04/99)                       

SAN JOSE, CALIF. (May 3) BUSINESS WIRE -May 3, 1999--Cell Computing, Inc., 
manufacturer of the award-winning CardPC(TM) -- industry's smallest Pentium 
processor motherboard, will demonstrate two new ultra-compact Pentium-based PCs 
with NeoMagic multimedia accelerators at the Embedded Processor Forum.

The new Cell Computing systems are based upon the Plug-N-Run Pentium micro-
motherboard. The Plug-N-Run is a 3 x 5 inch low-power module containing all the 
functionality of a traditional PC motherboard -- including an Intel mobile 
Pentium or Pentium II CPU, cache, chipset, NeoMagic 128 or 256-bit multimedia 
accelerator, Phoenix BIOS, and Super I/O, in a form factor designed for mobile 
and embedded computer systems.

Typical applications for Cell micro-motherboards include handheld computing 
devices and tablets, in-vehicle computing, network appliances, kiosks, mobile 
test equipment, wearable computers, aircraft instrumentation, and other 
embedded systems requiring full compatibility with operating systems like 
Microsoft Windows 95/98, CE, and NT, as well as Linux and real-time operating 
systems from Microware, VenturCom, Lynx Real-Time, Integrated Systems, and Phar 
Lap Software.

The new Cell Computing systems will be shown at the Embedded Processor Forum, 
located at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose. Exhibit hours will be on Tuesday, 
May 4, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Cell Computing, Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets the CardPC and other 
micro-motherboard OEM products for the embedded computing market. Cell 
Computing is owned by PFU Limited, a $1.5 billion joint venture of Panasonic 
and Fujitsu Limited. The company is dedicated to delivering the industry's 
smallest X86 motherboards for portable and embedded applications.

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