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January 18, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Hitachi Ltd has released a desk-top publishing system called Septem which can be used across its whole range of mainframes, personal computers, computer-aided design and ES 300 engineering workstations: it can be connected to image scanner and via a local network to minicomputers running Unix, and is designed for production of reports, product catalogues, brochures and other professional documents; the software takes seven types of input, including text, images, tables and graphs, and provides an iconic user interface; it costs $14,000 and Hitachi looks to sell 4,000 copies over the next two years.

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