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December 7, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Colour display systems house Microvitec Plc of Bradford has introduced of the Artist 10/16 VGA-based graphics controller for IBM’s Personal Systems/2, and claims that it offers users higher resolution than IBM’s offering: the 1Mb card using Hitachi’s ACRTC graphics microprocessor can display 16 colours at 1,024 by 768 interlaced or non-interlaced resolution and, says Microvitec, includes a GT option enabling users to view four different areas of a drawing simulataneously through a Multiple View Window; further enhancements are available with a system based on a non-interlaced high scan rate 48KHz monitor; the Artist 10/16 board plus colour monitor costs UKP2,500.

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