The F-15 vs. the Quadra 950

Kawasaki., Guy
July 1993
Macworld;Jul1993, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p316
Relates the author's experience in flying an F-15. Trade off between an F-15 ride and a Macintosh II prototype; Comparison with experience using a Quadro 950; Perspective.


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