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November 29, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

For anyone wanting to adapt their existing IBM AT so that it meets the Japanese AX – Architecture eXtended – standard and can run – and presumably be used for developing new – Japanese language AX programs, can get what he needs from Proside Inc of Chiba: the company has developed DOS-Addon-AX, which at present is available in an $80 beta version; it needs the company’s JEGA Japanese Enhanced Graphics Adaptor kit, which consists of a JEGA board, an AX board, and an AX BIOS basic input output system software and hardware; the board is just $670, and will be attractive to AT users who want to add kanji character support to their machines at little cost.

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