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Videoshow Professional

This machine allowed the user to have a portable answer to creating 2000x500 slideshows, images and presentations, when there were very few graphics packages on the market, let alone the computers powerful enough to equal the videoshow.

It runs off a N8OL 286 Chip, backing up a 320C25 DSP Chip.

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Manufacturer: GPC
Date: 1988



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