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July 28, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Tandy Corp has expanded its personal computer offerings with three new keenly-priced models, with new Tandy 1000s that include a speech processing feature that supports enter, record, edit, store and play back. The new Tandy 4000 LX uses the 20MHz version of the 80386 and is pitched for Xenix and MS-DOS. The AT-bus box is $4,000 with 2Mb and no disk. For next year, the 3000 NL uses a 10MHz 80286 and is $1,700 with seven AT slots and a 3.5 floppy is standard. The 1000 TL also uses the 80286 and costs $1,300 with 640Kb and 3.5 floppy, while the 8086-based SL is $900 with 384Kb and 5.25 floppy. Each has the speech processing feature. Both also have MS-DOS 3.3 and Tandy’s Deskmate embedded in ROM.

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