February 14, 2002
The PowerLeap Renaissance: A handy PC upgrade or repair on a card
Author: JT Smith
MozillaQuest Magazine (MozillaQuest.com) reports: "Upgrade or repair a Linux or Microsoft Windows PC easily and economically. Use the PowerLeap Renaissance PC kit to upgrade to Pentium III or Celeron GHz performance. It's a complete, fully integrated motherboard on an AT expansion card without edge contacts. Drop the Renaissance board into a PC, reconnect the power and signal cables, and you are set to go. It's a slick concept. By making the upgrade yourself you avoid labor charges. If you are in charge of computers for a business, organization, school, or large-scale enterprise, save lots of labor costs by using the Renaissance/370S to upgrade its computers.The concept of upgrading or repairing a computer by dropping essentially a new PC into an expansion slot is interesting, innovative, works well, and installs easily." Check this MozillaQuest.com story for pictures and details.