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low-end

Cheaper and, typically, of lower quality compared to the leading products or brands. Used before a noun. Because he's only willing to pay for low-end supplies, we've had nothing but problems with all our equipment.
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Whether a consumer has an OEM or aftermarket sound system in their car, they can pair this subwoofer with their system to achieve optimal low-end bass performance, pouring the richness back into the music.
In this situation, low-quality EPS is sold to low-end consumers, and high-end customers do not buy it regardless of the availability of a high-end product.
Motorola is reported to aim at the low-end market with cheaper devices, while Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson are said to make high-quality devices with better lenses and resolution for the high-end market.
As part of the forthcoming bundles, the 8-port switch will carry a street price of around $500 to $700 per port - well below the current $800 to $1,000 from other Brocade outlets, or from Brocade's low-end SAN rivals QLogic Corp and McData Corp.
9 in last September, and that for the low-end declined to 20.
Many of the schools I deal with offer low-end policies that cover only one-third of the reasonable and customary costs for the medical care their athletes receive.
Low-end RAID controllers require a user to turn off a server when removing or adding drives.
Cyrix is a value-oriented player focused on low-end PCs," says Dawn Stoner, semiconductor analyst with PaineWebber.
IBM has announced a new low-end IBM eServer system that offers 110 percent more performance at one-third lower cost than its predecessor, making it an attractive option for small- and medium-sized businesses.
Users and storage companies alike are currently striving to drive efficiencies up from the low-end and value-added features down from the high-end in order to identify and deploy new storage solutions that provide high-availability and real business value to the enterprise.
Nvidia Corp and Acer Labs Inc have teamed up to develop a Intel-killer chipset for the low-end PC market.
Mereday uses Microsoft Publisher ($99), a low-end desktop publishing program that offers users easy tools to create flashy brochures, newsletters, business cards, labels, invoices, calendars and much more.
ON conducted formal market research showing that IT professionals are frustrated by the cost and complexity of traditional high-end software management solutions, as well as the limited capabilities of low-end cloning or disk imaging tools such as Symantec Ghost which are typically only used for initial PC deployments.