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February 15, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

AEG Olympia, the recovering office systems and equipment arm of AEG AG, is hoping to make a splash in the UK market with a line of cheapo MS-DOS boxes, including the Olystar Falcon 20/3 XT alike, which has 512Kb CPU, 30Mb Winchester, 720Kb 3.5 floppy, 14 monitor, two slots, MS-DOS 3.3 and eight-module office automation pack for UKP1,000; the Olystar 20/2 has two 3.5 floppy drives in place of the Winchester, and sells for UKP800; all are built around the NEC V20 at 10MHz.

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