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February 22, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Dell Computer Corp, Austin, Texas yesterday confirmed its plans to diversify into the low end of the Unix market (CI No 1,117), saying it will introduce two complete systems combining its 80386-based computers with an optimised version of Unix V.3.2 at UniForum in San Francisco next week. The 20MHz System 310 supports up to 16 users and costs from $6,600 to $12,000, the 25MHz System 325 takes up to 32 users and costs $8,200 to $13,550. Also at the show, Sanyo Icon International Inc will announce its Motorola 88000-based Model 8000; specs are as given in CI No 1,087.

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