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November 5, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Alacrity Systems Inc has a new Windows-based document management system that incorporates scanner, fax and printer support as well as conventional document image storage and retrieval functions: it is designed to run on a single personal computer but it will support a number of local area network functions; the bundle includes an AT-bus expansion card with a 50MHz Texas Instruments’ 34010 chip, a co-processor, 4Mb of memory and facsimile modem and scanner interfaces; the product also includes a Windows printer driver that, in conjunction with the bus board, is claimed to boost Windows printing speeds by up to 10 times; the package, minus the scanner, printer, and computer, costs $2,000 and will be available this quarter; without the scanner interface, it sells for $1,700.

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