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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