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November 1996
Macworld;Nov96, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p49
Reports on a variety of Macintosh computer products that were available in September 1996. The SupraSonic 336 V+ fax modem from Diamond Multimedia Systems; The Micro Conversions 2 MB, 32-bit VP2MPCI graphics card; Live Picture Overdrive from Live Picture; High-powered sound systems; Internet Setup Monkey from Rockstar Studios; Font collections; Other products.


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