Fast 486 in your Mac

Gruman, Galen; Moran, Tom
June 1994
Macworld;Jun94, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p40
Reports on Orange Micro's move to revamp its OrangePC line of personal computer coprocessor cards. Inclusion of three Intel's central processing units (CPU); CPU chips as user-upgradable; Three models of the OrangePC cards; Requirement for an optional cable when using the serial and parallel ports on the Model 290; Shipment with MS-DOS 6.2.


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