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July 17, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

A year after its acquisition by Mitsubishi Electric Corp, Birmingham-based Apricot Computers Ltd has launched a file server, upgraded its other lan station offerings and launched a notebook computer; the server comes in three versions – with 80486SX, 80486 running at 33MHz or 80486 running at 50MHz; the notebook uses an 80386SX; Apricot’s personal computer range is an upgrade to previous offerings – the company emphasises the networking capabilites of the XEN-LS family which can be connected to both thick and thin Ethernet and range in processor capabilities from a 16MHz 80386SX to a 20MHz 80486SX; server prices start from UKP4,800, the workstation family ranges from UKP1,250 to UKP2,500 in price and the notebook costs UKP1,700 for the 40Mb version and UKP1,900 for the 60Mb.

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