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July 19, 1990

APPLE OFFER JAPENESE PRODUCTS HAWAII

By CBR Staff Writer

There is still a large Japanese-speaking population in Hawaii, large enough for Apple Computer Inc to think it worth its while to offer its complete line of Japanese computing products for the Macintosh there: KanjiTalk, Apple’s Japanese version of the Macintosh operating system, and Japanese key boards, printer controller boards and user manuals, will now be available for purchase in Hawaii; Aldus Corp, Claris Corp Microsoft Corp, Quark and TransPac Software Inc will offer Japanese applications.

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