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Computer Weekly 638

Thursday, February 1, 1979
Price: 18p

Publication Date : 1st February 1979

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 IBM announces the E-series as the 4300 [Article]
IBM announces the 4331 and 4341, together with information on their operating systems and features.
1 First Japanese mainframe in UK [News Item]
Hitachi's IBM compatible AS/6 enters service at the Co-operative Insurance Society in Manchester
2 Public doubts about privacy [Article]
Not credited
Computerview column examines controversy surrounding proposed data protection legislation.
9 Experts say VDUs may benefit your health [Article]
Bernard Allen
Op Spot column argues that increased attention to operators' vision and posture will produce health benefits even if it turns out that VDUs are not the cause of health problems.
48 Two new versions of Pet announced [News Item]
Not credited
Commodore announces the upcoming PET 2001 16N and 2001 32N


Creator : IPC

Format : Tabloid

Physical Description : Newspaper

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH53846. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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