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comp.sys.3b1 FAQ part1
Section - 5.1. What third-party hardware is available?

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	Presently there are no known distributors that have a
selection of UNIX PC hardware.  The best source for hardware is the
network, reading comp.sys.3b1 and misc.forsale.  There is always
someone selling UNIX PCs and the appropriate hardware expansion.

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