Lapis updates color board line

Cassell, Jonathan; Littman, Dan
March 1993
Macworld;Mar93, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p91
Features video display boards from Lapis Technology that support different Macintosh computer models. ProColorServer 24; ProColorServer 24X; ProColorServer 8 16; ProColorServer 8; Memory and monitor sizes; Prices.


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