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January 8, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Commodore International Ltd is launching its PC10-1 and PC10-2 IBM Personalikes in the US this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas: the machines have been on offer in Europe for a couple of years, but for the US, the PC10-1 with 4.77MHz 8088, five slots, 512Kb, graphics controller and 360Kb floppy will go for $1,000, while the PC10-2, with two floppies and 640Kb memory will cost $1,200.

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