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Popular Computing Weekly Vol 5 No 22 - 29 May-4 June 1986

Publication Date : 29th May 1986 to 4th June 1986

Publication Contents :

Page Item
1 25 million loss rocks Commodore [News Item]
US sales figures weren't as good as Europe...
4 Amstrad's 445 PC: the full specifications [News Item]
Amstrad launches an IBM-compatible machine for less than the competition - it makes Alan Sugar 28m richer...
5 JVC aims 1,000 MSX 2 micro at Commodore Amiga market [News Item]
The Commodore Amiga had proved a hard nut to crack by this point...
23 New M/Drive Doctor for Spectrum 48K/+/128K [Advert]

Creator : Sunshine Publications

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH23744. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Article: Popular Computing Weekly Vol 5 No 22 - 29 May-4 June 1986

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