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December 20, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Now that’s the way to get rich: Wisp International Inc, Houston, Texas, has designed a personal computer for beauty salons that has an extra air filter so that hair spray won’t destroy the machine: the filter probably costs $6.95, but what self-respecting salon would dare to buy an ordinary PC rather than pay Wisp the 50% mark-up after it had heard of the terrible ravages wreaked on the poor thing’s insides by a hot blast of Harmony?

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