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It seems that IBM’s efforts to throw its elephantine weight around has not deterred people from going ahead and cloning the Personal System/2, and according to Newsbytes, Hewlett-Packard Co has been preveiwing a prototype PS/2-compatible computer as part of its exhibit at the Federal Computer Conference in Washington, DC – and the machine will be available in a Tempest radiation- shielded version; expected sometime next year, the 80386-based machine will have a 3.5 and 5.25 floppy drive and 20Mb Winchester, and be offered to the government configured as a complete desktop publishing system with Tempest LaserJet and ThinkJet.

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