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February 17, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Casio Computer Corp has announced two new models, the SX1050 and SX1010, in its SX1000 line of 32-bit Unix business computers for data processing and Japanese language word processing: the 68010-based SX1010 ranges from $8,300 to $20,300, and the 68020-based SX1050 is $25,800 to $32,350; they are also offered with the Informix/SQL relational database and ISO local and wide area networking; Ricoh is already in the market with a similar Unix machine, and the new NEC Astra Unix boxes, already announced in the US, are set to be launched in Japan very shortly.

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