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January 4, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

The sale of its California computer factory (CI No 835) in no way heralds the departure of trading giant C Itoh & Co from the computer business, and its C Itoh Electronics unit is hatching plans to enter the desktop publishing systems business, initially in Europe: starting in April, it plans to offer a laser printer from Konica which can run its own C Itoh-developed Page Description Language, claimed to be compatible with Adobe’s Postscript, but faster; the controller boards will be manufactured by Konica, and Itoh is looking for licences on the language – it is talking to four firms about the English version, which will be followed by a Japanese version with two standard fonts, in April.

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