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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