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Introducing Millennium
A new generation of publishing technology has arrived. Millennium is a powerful new workstation with a Genesis MPsuper fast PowerPC G3 processor. It blasts through the barrier of current computing technology.

The Millennium delivers unparalleled performance and ease-of-use for Media-Publishing professionals in prepress, graphics, 3D and animation. Unlike expensive workstations, Millennium delivers "better than SGI" publishing performance at a price comparable to many personal computers.

Millennium delivers extraordinary publishing performance by utilizing the scalable architecture within the PowerPC processor. DayStar developed the PowerPC multiprocessing technology in partnership with Apple. Today, the core benefits of this technology are imbedded in each Millennium. So, users get multiprocessing performance today, with the assurance of compatibility tomorrow.

Millennium was envisioned from the beginning to be the most powerful, yet user-friendly media-station ever created. DayStar designed Millennium around the most intuitive operating system in the world, the Mac OS. But ease-of-use doesn't stop there. Changing cards, adding a hard drive or upgrading memory is a simple two step process: Just pop open the side panel and plug in.

DayStar's Millennium is the only totally expandable, totally upgradable media-station available. Experience Millennium from DayStar Digital: The company with The vision to change tomorrow today!

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