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December 2, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Outbound Systems Inc of Boulder, Colorado has announced price reductions on five configurations of its Mac-compatible notebook computers, which uses motherboards bought OEM from Apple: the 2030/440 with 4Mb memory and a 40Mb hard drive is $3,500, formerly $4,000, and the 2030/441 with 4Mb, a 40Mb hard drive and a 68881 maths co-processor costs $3,650, previously $4,100; the 2030/460, 4Mb and a 60Mb disk, is $3,900, formerly $4,300, while the 2030/461 with 4Mb memory, 60Mb hard drive and 68881 maths co-processor is $4,050, down from $4,400; the 2000/440 with 4Mb memory and a 40Mb hard drive now costs $2,900, reduced from $3,300.

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