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July 14, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Gossip about that bottom end IBM Personal aimed at the educational market has resurfaced, and US observers are again looking for the machine in a few weeks: the argument for it is that IBM can’t afford to give the schools market away and the PS/2 Model 30 is too pricey at $1,695 without a screen; the machine was last expected for January, at which time its anticipated spec was pretty much the same as what came out as the Model 30; it is now expected to use the 8088 and include VDU for $1,000 or so.

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