Add a PowerPC to your Mac

Courteau, Suzanne; Moran, Tom
December 1993
Macworld;Dec1993, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p36
Reports on DayStar Digital's plan to introduce a PowerPC coprocessor board using the PowerPC 601 chip. Use of the nPower distributed coprocessing technology developed by DayStar and Apple Computer Inc.; Pricing; Applications; DayStar's plan to launch versions for the Centris 610 and LC family.


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