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January 27, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Although NCR develops a host of personal computers in the US, its Augsburg, West Germany base, responsible for the DecisionMate V, has been quietly developing another machine of its own: the 80286-based NCR-810 is similar to the DecisionMate and comes with 640Kb memory on the 10MHz no wait state CPU, 1.2Mb floppy and 32Mb hard disk; it uses an EGA display and costs the equivalent of $6,000; like the new NCRs in the US, it features a passive backplane so the CPU can be upgraded – to 80386 – by removing the board and plugging in a new one.

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