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January 19, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Jasmine Technologies of San Francisco has entered the Apple Macintosh advanced colour display market with the Rembrandt family of colour graphics boards and a line of 15 and 19 high resolution colour monitors: first products are the Rembrandt II and the Rembrandt III, the II aimed at business and general consumer markets with the capability to display TrueColor, or 24 bit colour, on the Macintosh II’s 14 monitor with a resolution of 640 by 480 pixels; the Rembrandt III, aimed at higher level design and engineering applications, provides TrueColor for the new monitors, which put a choice of 16m colours up 1,024 by 768 pixels; the II board costs $1,995 and the III board is $2,795; the 15 monitor is $1,995, the 19 monitor is $2,795.

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