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AT&T Unix PC - Looking for reviews [message #119159] Sat, 30 March 1985 22:49
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Posted: Sat Mar 30 22:49:53 1985
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[ Die you silly line! ]

Does anyone have any comments they want to make on the new AT&T Unix PC
that was introduced last Tuesday (3/26/85)?  All  I know is what the huge
ad in USA Today said: Runs System V, built-in 1200 baud modem, 12
simultaneous windows, 512K Ram (Exapandible to 2M), and a 10M or 20M hard
disk.  I'd like to hear things like: what is the base unit cost?  How
much for expansions?  How compatible is the code generated with other
System V's?  Any other comments/faults/good points worth mentioning?

					Michael Cooper

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