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February 22, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

British Olivetti has expanded its 80286 MS-DOS micro range with the addition of the M250, which is based on an 8MHz Intel 80286 processor: the M250 can support up to three magnetic peripherals, including 1.44Mb 3.5 floppies, 20Mb or 40Mb hard disk drives and a 40Mb streaming tape, and has Olivetti’s VGA-compatible graphics controller; systems available include twin floppy configurations, 20Mb and 40Mb configurations, each with a single floppy drive, or for local area network installations, a diskless workstation, all compatible with XT and AT-bus expansion cards.

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