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wanted: info on sequa PC [message #117308] Mon, 23 September 2013 17:31
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Date: Mon, 4-Mar-85 12:48:34 EST
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Some friends are interested in buying an IBM PC or compatible, and a saleman
in one of the stores they went to (in Toronto) was pushing the SEQUA.  None
of their friends have heard of it and they couldn't find it rated anywhere.

Does anyone out in netland know about this machine?  Is it reliable?  How
PC-compatible is it?  How easy is it to expand memory, add peripherals, etc.?

Please respond by mail as I don't usually read these newsgroups.  If people
are interested, I'll post a summary of the responses.

Thanks.

		Melissa Chase
		Harvard University - Aiken Computation Lab

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