Adapter does color and Ethernet

August 1992
Macworld;Aug1992, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p103
Evaluates an 8-bit color graphics adapter, the ColorLink DC/T and a two-page display adapter, the DoubleColor LX, from E-Machines. Features and advantages; Cost considerations; Purchase price and telephone number.


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