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Sounds a bit like the ghetto blasters that include a small colour TV as well as the radio and cassette drives, which never seem to sell as well as the less exotic ones, but a gang of Xerox Corp people have formed Entire Corp in East Rochester, New York to make and market the Fibre 2000, which combines laser printer, optical drive, scanner, optical character reader and facsimile machine with the processor: it starts at $30,000, and takes up to four optional magnetic disk drives.

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