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January 19, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

The Which Computer? Show – Birmingham National Exhibition Centre, February 17-20 – may still be a month away but already companies are releasing details of new products which will be launched at the show: Victor Technologies UK has lined up a two to five user AT-compatible system, the Victor Multi-Micro which runs under Sphinx Ltd’s implementation of Xenix; the Multi-Micro costs UKP3,999, UKP4,499 and UKP4,999 for two, three and four user 20Mb systems respectively, and Sphinx and Microsoft are both offering dealer packages of training and software; Kode International’s Comart will also be launching into the 80386 world with its CP3000 range, running the Digital Research Concurrent XM operating system.

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