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February 12, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Toyota Motor Corp has unveiled two cellular facsimile machines for installation in its cars, the NDFAX10 for those whose budget runs to a luxury Toyota, the AISIX 401 for all Toyota cars: the NDFAX10 is 10.6 wide by 2.9 high, weighs 8 lbs 12 oz and costs $2,000 while the AISIX, which weighs only 6 lbs 3 oz, is $19,200; and the machines were developed in partnership with two of its close motor parts affiliates, Nippondenso and Aisin Seiki; hitherto only Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp and NEC Corp have had in-car facsimile machines on the Japanese market.

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