Austin Computer

Austin Computer

(Austin Computer Systems, Austin, TX) A PC manufacturer founded in 1985 by Robert Diwan that sold a full line of PCs via direct marketing and through the dealer channel. In 1993, it was acquired by IPC (Integrated Processors & Communications), a Singapore PC manufacturer founded in 1985 by Patrick and Benjamin Ngiam. In 1997, it went out of business.
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Austin, TX, August 29, 2019 --(PR.com)-- This year four brilliant students at the University of Texas at Austin Computer Science program have been selected to receive the 2019 Scholarship Awards from the Parker Skiba Memorial Endowed Presidential Scholarship.
Austin computer users, however, are more likely to click away at home (76.5 percent) than at work (67.6 percent).
Austin Computer System's Green PC 486SX/33 Configuration: 486SX-33 processor, 4MB of RAM; 250MB hard drive; 14-inch monitor.
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