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Personal Computer World - November 1997

Volume 20, No. 11

Budget PC's
K56flex Modems
Multimedia Authoring Tools
MMX Notebooks
Remote Access Software
Windows 98 preview
How a PC is made
Interview: Richard Hoptroff
Speech recognition technology
Kopin CyberDisplay
Silicon Fen
Panasonic CF-55
Tishiba Equium 5160D
PC Science Office 2 Office PC
Panasonic CF-35 KJF4
Sharp JX-9230
Brother MC-3000
Alps MD-1000
Intel Pentium 200MHZ Overdrive
Agfa SnapScan 600
Epson FlimScan 200
Hansol Electronics Mazellan 17PX
NEC Multisync A700
Fuji DX-5
Plasmon CDR480
Dragon Naturally Speaking
Quark Xpress passport 4.0
Adaptec Easy CD Creator
Borland JBuilder
Netscape Netcaster
Adobe Acrobat Capture 2/0
Syncronys Winkrypt

Publication Date : 1st November 1997

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH13310. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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