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Personal Computer World - September 1993

Apple Newton Message Pad - £599
Apple PowerBook 180c - a snip at £2700.00!
WordPerfect 6.0
Scotland makes more than a third of all PC's sold in Europe
Paint Packages
Re-Wrritable Optical Drives from £1395.00 and £36.00 per disk
IBM - The Next 10 Years
Duellling Databases - Clipper 5.2 - £595, FoxPro for DOS 2.5 - £336, dBase IV 2.0 £499.95
Budget DTP: TimeWorks 3.1, MS Publisher 2.0, Serif Page Plus 2.0

Publication Date : 1st September 1993

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH795. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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