A network computer from Sun Microsystems that uses a Java application platform and a 100-MHZ CPU. JavaStation is a thin client -- a product relying on a network server for much of its processing -- and Sun promotes it as low-cost alternative for high volume, fixed-function needs, like processing reservations and transactions. The computer began shipping in March, 1998.
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