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Byte September 1985

Notable Features
Build the SB180 Single-Board computer
The DSI-32 Coprocessor Board, part 2: the Software
IBM compatibility for the NEC APC III
Printing Pascal graphics
EGO: A homebuilt CPU, Part 1: The Software
The quarter-Meg Atari 800XL
The Kaypro 16
The Osborne 3
Wordstar 2000
XyWrite II Plus
DB master for the Macintosh
the RAMDISK-64
Keyport 717

Publication Date : 16th September 2009

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH5576. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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