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March 24, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Embattled NBI Inc, Boulder, Colorado has a letter of intent to sell the Colorado and Hawaii arms of its Office Products Division to Jirka Ryssavy, a private investor with interests that include a Colorado-based office products company, for about $10m in aggregate. Separately, the company introduced the NBI 2300, a 16MHz 80386-based AT-alike with NBI’s Multinet designed into the motherboard. It is available in diskless workstation versions for use with the OASys 64/66 Series office servers. Standard are 2Mb memory on a motherboard with room for 16Mb, one parallel and two serial ports, two slots, Multinet and VGA monitor. There are diskless, 3.5 floppy and 40Mb hard disk versions, and the 2300 is out now at $3,995 diskless, $4,290 with the floppy and $4,990 with 40Mb drive.

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