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March 31, 1987

INTEL “SET WITH 80386 PLATFORM FOR CAD, CAE”

By CBR Staff Writer

Nothing like sleuthing at exhibitions for stumbling upon unconsidered trifles, and Electronic News turned up an unannounced Intel system based on a 16MHz 80386 on the ComputerVision stand at a show last week. The machine, clearly intended as an OEM platform for computer-aided design and engineering systems, is IBM AT-compatible with eight slots – two 8-bit, four AT and two 32-bit, 80287 co-processor, floppy and hard disk controller and EGA graphics for up to 1,024 by 832 on a 19 screen. It is expected to be under $6,500 with 1Mb CPU and 40Mb disk.

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