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July 25, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Mitsubishi Electric Corp has made a slew of product announcements in the past month, with two new 32-bit models of the Maxy AX series of personal computers at the top of the range – the M3205-C14 is based on a 20MHz 80386SX CPU, with a 40Mb hard disk, while the M3205-C18 has an 80Mb hard disk, offering 25% speed improvement over the 16MHz M32-5-B12/B14/B18 models; standard memory is 1.6Mb, expandable to 7.6Mb in 2Mb units; Mitsubishi’s range now comprises one notebook machine, the 80286-based 20Mb MaxyNote 286, a range of Maxy laptops extending from a floppy disk model to an 80Mb model, and three 80386SX desktop models, with the two new ones at the top.

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