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March 22, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

CPT Corp, the Minneapolis, Minnesota word processor specialist that is bidding for AES Data, has implemented its office software on the 80286 and has introduced the CPT 9000, a machine that runs both MC-DOS and its proprietary software. The new machine replaces the five-year-old 8500 stand-alone word processor and the two-year-old Phoenix Junior, and starts at $4,000. The machine has 1Mb CPU, 20Mb to 40Mb of Winchester disk, 1.2Mb 5.25 and 720Kb 3.5 floppy and 720 by 756 pixel black-on-white full page screen – and CPT and IBM labels on the keys. It is supported by CPT file servers, and the company also has an upgrade kit for people who already have ATs and XTs, consisting of the screen, a CPT board and software for $1,895.

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