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March 6, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Wedge Computer Inc of Waltham, Massachusetts, has come up with an implementation of Sun Microsystems’ NeWS Postscript-based graphics display language for the Apple Macintosh II and Mac SE. MacNeWS runs under the Mac OS, allowing the machine to act as a windowing terminal to remote host machines connected via serial links, or Ethernet attached directly to the Mac or, through a Sun/Kinetics gateway, to an Appletalk network. MacNeWS also includes VT102 emulation. It needs a Mac II or SE with 2Mb memory and 20Mb disk.

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