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November 8, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Alameda, California-based Farallon Computing Inc has announced adaptors for connecting LocalTalk printers, PowerBooks, Duos and other Macs, without available slots, to Ethernet. The new EtherMac PowerBook Adaptor provides a 10Base-T and Thin-net connection for Macs and PowerBooks and is said to be compatible with Mac OS, NetWare, AppleShare, MacTCP, MacIPX, MacSNMP and Timbuktu. The EtherMac Printer Adaptor and EtherMac MultiPrinter Adaptor include both an RJ-45 port and a BNC connector and the latter also includes a built-in PhoneNET port, enabling users to connect up to eight LocalTalk printers to a 10Base-T or Thin-net network. Products are out now with the PowerBook Adaptor at $315, the Printer Adaptor at $330, the MultiPort Adaptor at $420.

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