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January 26, 1989

MOTOROLA PRICES FOR THE 88100, 88200 AND 88000

By CBR Staff Writer

Although Motorola Inc is currently charging $494 for the 88100 integer processor and floating point unit chip, and $619 each for the 88200 cache and memory management units, which are used in pairs, one supplying the CPU with instructions, the other with data, prices of the 88000 chip set are expected to drop to around $300 and $500 respectively once volumes build up: according to Motorola, 50 companies received sample 88000 chips during 1988.

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