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Byte May 1990

Power to the Portables
Object-Oriented Programming
OS/2 Notebook - Digging into HPFS
In Any Event - Comparing ways PC, Mac and Unix software juggle input from mice, keyboards and other sources

Commodore Amiga 3000

20-MHz 386SX
Four 386SXes to Go, Hold the AC - four models to consider
Power and the Single User - Opus
Desktop Supercomputing
New CAD Test Shuffles 34010 Pack
Join the EISA Evolution

PC Brand

Publication Date : May 1990

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2710. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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