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Personal Computer World - February 1998

Volume 21, No. 2

Light-Speed PCs
Budget Laser Printers
Budget Scanners
Scientific Software
Women and IT
Microsoft research labs
Interview: Graham Martin-Brown
Year 2000
Carrera Power Media MX-PR266
KT Micro AGP
AJP 8500-233 MMX
Digital HiNote Ultra 2000
Eizo FlexScan L23
Hewlett-Packard LaserJet 4000TN
Canon BJC-7000
Tektronic Phaser 380
Xerox Docuprint XJ4C
Creative Labs VideoBlaster WebCam
Creative Labs PC-DVDF Encore Dxr2
Agfa ePhoto 1280 and Casio QV-700
Olitec Self Memory 56000 Flash
Tandberg SLR95
Kicrosoft Works 4.5
LineOne v2
Symantic Visual Cafe 2
Corel Print House 3
Superbase 3.2
Cybermedia FirstAid 98
Cybermedia Guard Dog

Publication Date : February 1998

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH13315. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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