BYTE Magazine Master Index?

From: Doug Yowza <>
Date: Sun Apr 12 02:27:26 1998

On Sun, 12 Apr 1998, Kip Crosby wrote:

> If we're talking about the thing that was a bunch of wedge-shaped pieces
> that latched together, there were prototypes -- and I saw one -- but there
> were no production computers AFAIK.

That's too bad -- probably the proposed $12K price tag that killed it.
It's hard to imagine a company better positioned to push the envelope
(Agilis was apparently comprised of top guys from GRiD, NeXT, and
Convergent Technologies, probably the three most innovative companies of
their time).

-- Doug
Received on Sun Apr 12 1998 - 02:27:26 BST

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