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Personal Computer World - March 1994

Apple PowerBook Duo 270c
Caere OmniScan Windows
Virgin E DX2/66
Tracker for Windows
Trend Monitor e-Book
Ezio FlexScan F780i
OmniVerse 60
Texas TravelMate 4000E Win486DX2/50
Trust FC2614 Colour Scanner
Lexmark IJ4076 and LP4037 5E
Digital Soup
Q/Media for Windows
InfoSource Word for Windows and Excel Seminars
Arcus Pro-Stat 3
Radio Track
Pro Tools Digital Audio 2
Apple System 7 Pro
ReelMagic video board
Indigo E-Print 1000
Microsoft Visual C+ +1.5
PC CAD software
50MHz DX2s
Kodaks Cineon
Sailmaking using computers
Visual Basic Tutorial
Converging the phone and the computer
Fuzzy Logic Chips

Publication Date : 1st March 1994

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH690. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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