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May 18, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

As late as March, Texas Instruments Data Systems reportedly still had not made up its mind whether the mid-range model, code-named Road Runner, in its Business Systems 1000 family of Unix systems would use the 80386 chip or the 68020 (CI No 646), but the firm has now definitely elected to go with the Intel 32-bit part, putting it into a new Business System 1300 that slots between the 80286-based 1100 and the multiple 68020-based 1500. The new 1300 will support up to 32 users, and has a base price of $27,490. Ships begin in the fourth quarter.

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