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March 11, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

General Robotics Corp of Hartford, Wisconsin has introduced the Python/32T based on the National Semiconductor 32032 processor using the DEC Q-bus: the company claims that it performs compute-bound tasks around 50% faster than its predecessor the Python/32B; a Python/32T with 4Mb memory and a two-user Unix System V.3 license is $7,500 in quantities of 50 taken in one year.

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