32 megs of memory drops to under $200

March 1997
Electronic News;3/3/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2157, p16
Trade Publication
Reports that Kingston Technology has initiated a limited retail offer in which it will sell 32 MB of desktop DRAM main memory for just $199. Comments from Kingston vice president of marketing Gary MacDonald.


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