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Personal Computer World - March 1983

G007 Graphics Module - A detailed look at the first commercial product from the Notting Dale ITeC
Easy Handling- A safe and simple word processing package for the Apple II
IBM's secret micro - A month after the IBM Personal computer was officially launched in the UK
Byte magazine investigates what could be the next IBM PC
Making the most of the 178 MZ-80K - Sharp Basic a detailed description of what can be done with this popular machine
Programs -  Help to animate your Atari

Volume 6, No 3

Publication Date : March 1983

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3832. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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