FRAMINGHAM (06/29/2000) - Tired of balancing your notebook PC on the passenger seat while you're stuck in traffic? Do you want to really impress clients when you take them to lunch? Q-PC Real Car Computing, which has provided ruggedized gear for missiles and the U.S. Army, is offering what it claims is the world's first Windows 98-compatible PC available for cars. The base PC - with a 450-MHz processor, 64MB of RAM and a 10GB hard drive - costs $2,895, not including installation. The Huntsville, Alabama-based company can be reached at www.Q-PC.com.