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April 24, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Fremont, California-based Video Seven Inc claims it has produced a PC video graphics array board which outstrips the IBM PS/2 Display Adaptor and features unique video random access memory: called the V-RAM VGA, the board uses proprietary V7VGA chips and can be interfaced via a FastWrite memory caching mechanism with most popular software programs; the board is also 100% hardware compatible with IBM’s PS/2 Display Adaptor and is therefore according to Video Seven – the only board to offer IBM’s high bandwidth monochrome mode, and also features two new registers that may be necessary to run advanced versions of OS/2-based products; V-RAM VGA will be available with standard and optional video memory and a variety of on-screen colours and resolutions in May at from $800.

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