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June 26, 1990

CANON TO SELL NEXT’S COMPUTER SYSTEM IN SOUTH-EAST ASIA MARKET

By CBR Staff Writer

Canon Inc has announced that it will be selling NeXT Inc’s NeXT Computer System in the South-East Asian market, and looks to move around 200 of the things a month through its wholly owned subsidiary in Singapore: it is also planning to launch it into the South Korean market by the end of this year, but each machine will pass through Japan for quality control; NeXT founder Steve Jobs was on hand for the Singapore launch; Canon is thought to have got just under 1,000 of the machines away in Japan since launch last September, the main stumbling block to sales being the fact that there is no Japanese language version but this is expected to be remedied later this year according to Canon.

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