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MONROE SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS LAUNCHES 80286 AND 80386 COMPUTERS

Monroe Systems For Business, which broke away from Litton Industries in 1984, is returning to the UK with the launch of 80286 and 80386 computers and a range of calculators at Compec later this month: the 3000-286 has a 12MHz processor and the 3000-386 a 16MHz one; both machines have 1Mb RAM and feature 8086-like real address and Xenix-based 16Mb protected address.

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