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January 26, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

In another of its hugely uninformative announcements, Zymos Corp, Sunnyvale, California is now in volume production of its highly integrated chip set for building AT-alikes using the new 16-bit bus Intel 80386SX; the company has also come out with a new Video Graphics Array controller chip that is claimed will drive down the cost of high-end graphics in terminals and personal computers: VGA boards and terminals presently cost $300 and $700 or so, but the new chip will enable a VGA terminal to be built with as few as six chips, not counting memory according to Newsbytes, which adds that it is claimed to offer higher resolution than other VGA chip sets on the market.

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