First Power Macintosh clones debut

Gruman, Galen; Piller, Charles
March 1995
Macworld;Mar95, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p34
Reports on the release of Power Macintosh clones from Power Computing Corporation and Radius. Description of their product offerings; Other companies with plans to manufacture clones for Apple; Effect of the clones.


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