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June 17, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Nixdorf Computer AG has added three models to its CSC AT-based family of self-service customer terminals: they can be configured with interactive video disks, printers and touch screens; Nixdorf says that a variety of applications can be developed under MS-DOS using Lynx, Creator, and Frame, Nixdorf’s CSC software development tools; the M10 is an information and transaction terminal containing an integrated statement or passbook printer to provide account statements and cheques; the M13 and M14 terminals have video disks for sales support or advertising; all three 80286-based machines have 2Mb of main memory, a 50Mb fixed disk, and a 3.5 floppy drive; the identification unit reads and writes magnetic stripe cards to ISO 3554 standard.

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