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July 29, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Irvine, California-based AST Research Inc has made price reductions of between 4% and 26% on its Premium family of 80386SX, 80386 and 80486-based desktop and tower configurations: AST claims Compaq’s comparably configured Deskpro 486/33L costs 34% more than the AST equivalent; price reductions on the EISA-based Premium 486/33 tower and desktop systems range from 9% to 12.5%, and Premium 486/25 EISA systems are reduced by up to 23%; reductions on the AT bus Premium 486/33 desktop models go up to $1,700, and reductions on the At bus Premium 486/25 desktop and tower models range between $1,500 to $2,250; AT bus Premium 386/33 desktop and tower models are cut by up to $1,950, Premium 386/25s AT-alikes are cut 23% – from August 1.

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