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January 12, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Alloy Computer Products Inc, Framingham, Massachusetts, warns that it expects to report a loss for its fourth quarter to December 31: the poor results are primarily down to price cuts on the PC-Slave/16 multiuser line, significant start-up expenses for two new products – the Tape System/2 and PC-Slave/286 – and higher than expected litigation expenses; first Tape System/2 deliveries from Samsung Semiconductor and Telecommunications this quarter should hike Alloy’s gross margins.

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