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April 28, 1987

CAMBRIDGE MICRO COMPUTERS HAS VGS VITESSE GRAPHICS SYSTEM

By CBR Staff Writer

A small British company Cambridge Micro Computers Ltd of Cambridge, has ambitions to take on the likes of Sun Microsystems and Apollo Computer in the 32-bit graphics workstation market with its new VGS Vitesse Graphics System: the product, which has a one-off price of UKP14,950 is based on the Motorola 68020 processor with the 68881 maths co-processor and has a 19 colour monitor with 1,024 by 800 pixel resolution.

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