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March 2, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

A new company, Jasmine Technologies Inc, has hung out its shingle in San Francisco to develop and market peripheral subsystems for Apple Computer Inc’s Macintosh: a division of the new company, Jasmine Computer Systems, is already in the mail order business, and has been shipping delivering external SCSI Winchester subsystems since September; it says that in January, it delivered more than 600, at $589 to $1,380 for 20Mb and 80Mb versions.

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