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Byte September 1993

Behind the Wheel of the First Newton and Zoomer PDA's - Apple, Sharp and Casio
IBM announces "Better"  DOS then MS-DOS
Publish It Electronically
Documentation Goes Digital
Under The Hood: Pentium: More RISC Than CISC
Beyond DOS: Virtual Device Drivers for DOS+

C++ Does Windows - Microsoft, Borland, Symantec, MetaWare and Watcom
The Littlest Notebooks - CompUSA's 4SL/25 Subnote, HP's OmniBook 300 and Zenith Data systems Z-Lite 320L
A Giant Leap to OS/2 2.1
Video Machine: True Desktop Video - Fast Electronic of Munich
LANtastic 5.0 vs. Invisable LAN 3.4
Lab Report: Stress testing of 32 High-Speed Hard Drives

Hewlett Packard


Publication Date : September 1993

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2717. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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