Honeywell Bull Ltd is to show a new low-end microcomputer at the European Unix Show in June: the X-15 is a 68020-based system, upgradeable through the range to the X-40 top-end system, and priced at around UKP6,500, with 2Mb memory, 72Mb hard disk and eight user ports. A typical four-user hardware configuration for word processing, says the company, would cost under UKP10,000, with the option to add four more terminals for an upgrade. Also at the show, Honeywell Bull will be previewing the C2-classifed version of its ongoing secure Unix development, which it hopes to take right up to B1 classification.
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