Clone momentum

Crotty, Cameron; Gruman, Galen
February 1996
Macworld;Feb1996, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p48
Reports on Umax's acquisition of a license to the Mac OS. Restriction of Umax to Simplified Chinese and International English languages; Umax's focus of sales efforts on Taiwan and China; Release of Umax's first systems by April 1996.


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