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Personal Computer World - June 1983

Expanding the Apple - A look at the enhancements to the Visicalc on the Apple
Occam Occult - The magical art of this futuristic new language
Colour Genie - New offering from Lowe Electronics in Japan
Spectrum Plus - Review - M/C code compilers, a graphic toolkit, a sound generator and a joystick for the spectrum.
Sirius - review of a data management package
Hitachi MB16001 - Is it worth buying a IBM look-alike PC?

Volume 6, No 6

Publication Date : June 1983

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3828. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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