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February 5, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

The Telex Computer Products arm of Telex Corp, Tulsa, Oklahoma, has given its 3270-compatible product line a facelift with a whole string of new products in the US. Most striking of the new products is probably the enhancement to the 274 controller that enables an attached 3270 to set up four windows to applications on one or two IBM mainframes, as well as multiple ASCII hosts. The session support costs $1,750 and the windowing software $1,500. Also innovative is the C179 four colour version of the 179 that comes with integrated telephone and data communications at $2,995. The 046 is a 15 single station for small remote clusters that is 3276-compatible and switch-selectable between bisync and SNA/SDLC; it costs $2,495. The Telex 191 is a 12 amber or green display putting up 1,920 characters and offering a printer port: aimed at the 3191, it costs $1,235. The 187 is a 200chps printer at 200chps, for $3,995; the 201 is a 220 chps printer at $545; and the 851 is a 220 chps ink-jet printer at $775. The 262 is a $13,800 800lpm line printer.

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