Systems watch

Piller, Charles
November 1996
Macworld;Nov96, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p46
Reports that vendors of clone Macintosh computer systems are, in September 1996, delaying shipment of various high-end models. Delays in shipment of the PowerTower Pro 200 and 225 units; Reasons for the delays; The ongoing megahertz war and the pace of the introduction of faster and faster central processing units (CPUs).


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