Hitachi Software Engineering Ltd, the largest of Hitachi’s software subsidiaries, has developed a low-cost Unix workstation called the 50-UX that will sell for from $2,500 and run HI-UX, Hitachi’s enhanced version of Unix System V.2: built around Hitachi’s version of the Motorola 68010, the station will come with 1Mb to 4Mb of main memory; the base model will come with a bit-mapped screen putting up 512 colours in 720 by 520 resolution, and a Rolls Royce model will offer 1,120 by 780 resolution and will sell for around $3,100.
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