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Personal Computer World - July 1983

Meddling with Microtax for the Dragon 32
Omnis
Apple Lisa - First Commercial System Test - Talks with Design Engineers

Epson QX-10 - Epson's launch into desk top micros
Epson FX-80 - Dot matrix printer
Osbourne Executive - New model put under scrutiny
IBM comes forth - Review of the multi-tasking PolyForth compiler for the IBM PC
Sharp PC 1500 - Tips on how to use the six function keys
Colour Genie - A look at games software
Ecalc for Epson - A spreadsheet system for the Epson HX-20

Volume 6, No 7


Publication Date : July 1983



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3827. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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