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Personal Computer World - February 1994

Taskforce Typhoon 75
Apple Macintosh LC475
WordPerfect for Mac3
IBM ThinkPad 750c
Aldus FreeHand 4
Symantec Q&A for Windows
Canon BJC-600
Olivetti Modulo M4-66
Oki DOC-IT 4000
Oxford Writer's Shelf
CommWorks for Windows
World Literary Heritage
Windows Sound System 2
PICO PCMCIA
Guildsoft UFO CD-ROM
Remote Control Software
LapLink 5
PC Anywhere
Carbon Copy for Windows
Powerpoint 4
Personal digital assistants
PCMCIA
Lan adapters
Modems
Digital Video
X10 Powerhouse- Automated House
Visual Basic
Drive Scanner
History-X-Ray lithography IBM
 
 

Publication Date : 1st February 1994



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH691. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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