Power Computing's notebook

Gruman, Galen
October 1996
Macworld;Oct96, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p40
Reports that Power Computing Corp. is developing its own notebook that will run the Mac OS and Windows NT. Basis of the new system on the Common Hardware Reference Platform.


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