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April 23, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Convergent Technologies just added two new models to its S series of 68020 Unix machines, but they’re nothing to get too excited about: they are the S/221 and S/222, variations on the theme of the S/220 22-user 12.5MHz 68020 model that comes between the S/120 and the S/320; the S/221 takes up to 420Mb against the 280Mb maximum of the 220, and starts at the same $14,000 price, while the S/222 takes up to 1.4Gb of disk, has five slots instead of three, and includes VMEbus option; it starts at $15,500.

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