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June 27, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

For all IBM’s efforts, Apple Computer Inc’s Macintosh remains the only personal computer most people in entertainment and graphic arts ever think about – notice how in fictional programmes on television, nearly all personal computers used as props are Macs – and Radius Inc, San Jose wants to help such people to love the Mac even more. The company has come up with RadiusTV which consists of a NuBus video display and processor board for the Mac II, a television tuner and an external audio-video input processor, enabling users to take a television signal, store it or freeze it on screen and manipulate it which could raising serious copyright issues. It is intended to be used with the company’s DirectColor/GX add-on board for creating photo-quality images on the Mac. RadiusTV is $3,400 with software, the Direct/Color/GX board is $1,200.

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