...And Radius goes for life

February 1994
Macworld;Feb1994, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p35
Reports on the lifetime guarantee offered by Radius Inc. for all kinds of add-in boards possessed by original owners. Requirements for availing of the guarantee; Radius' offer to replace any defective board within 24 hours at no cost.


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