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Byte November 1992

Penny-Pinching PCs: How They Did It.
Less Expensive or Cheap?
The Information Theatre - Xerox PARC
New Systems.....New IBM?
LANtastic for Macintosh

Stalking the Ul;timate Workstation - Apple Mac Quadra 950, Compaq Deskpro 50M,         
                                                        DECstation 5000/120, HP Apollo Model 710,
                                                        IBM RS/6000 Powerstation/350,  Next Nextstation,
                                                        Silicon Graphics Iris Indigo and
                                                        Sun Microsystems Sparcstation2 GX
486 Systems for a Graphical World
Compaq Unveils a new Network Printer
Style Meets Substance in Matrox Studio
LANlord Evicts LAN Problems
Network Modems Dial in, Dial out, and Route Packets

ABC Computers - BICOM B260i



Publication Date : November 1992

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH2800. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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