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April 24, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

There’s trouble in the Solana Beach paradise, Microbytes reports: seems that Kaypro Corp has hit trouble developing its PS/2 clone and has had to fall back on its existing line of MS-DOS machines, forcing it to lay off 150 of its employees; the new machine, code-named Spear, is held up by a lack of a key chip according to president David Kay, but he is confident of having something to demonstrate at the Comdex show in Atlanta next month.

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