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September 6, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

KayPro Corp, which had insisted that it would bring out a Micro Channel architecture machine this month, has had to slice another35 jobs, 10%, off its rolls because sales are down and the chip shortage hasn’t helped: the Solana Beach, California company now has 310 employees, just half the 1984 complement; and as for the Micro Channel machine, well, it will only come out if there seems to be a market there, and judging by Dell Computer Corp’s on-off- off ships of its own PS/2-compatible, in the US, no-one’s interested in PS/2 clones.

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