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May 7, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Quadram Corp, Norcross, Georgia, is into the IBM Personal System/2 market with two Video Graphics Array products – a VGA driver for its QuadEGA ProSync graphics board, and a Model 30 multifunction board, to be shown at Comdex/Spring in Atlanta, June 1 to 4: the ProSync VGA is described as a true BIOS level compatible board, with register level compatibility set for the third quarter; providing 640 by 480 resolution and putting up 16 colours from a palette of 64, it is compatible with IBM’s Model 30 and downwards-compatible with XTs and ATs, available June; the Ultra EGA/VGA board, also for the Model 30, offers 640 by 480 VGA resolution plus 800 by 600 EGA resolution, both in 16 colours from 64; out in July.

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