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June 22, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Prices are tumbling in the engineering workstation market, and next week, Apollo Computer Inc will follow Sun Microsystems and DEC in reducing by half the entry price for its 68020-based Domain Series 3000 workstation, taking it down to around $5,000. At the same time, reports Electronic News, Apollo will bring in an up-market line of workstations ad around the 4 MIPS performance level, and will also introduce new packaged variants of the Series 3000 that will fall into the $10,000 to $20,000 price range.

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