AT&T; introduced new computer products.

American Telephone & Telegraph Co. introduced its most powerful mid-range computer and said it was creating a 600-member force to sell its computers and associated products. The company introduced the 3B2/600 minicomputer, which it said can support up to 64 simultaneous users. The computer, priced at $46,500 and scheduled to be available in May, is the latest addition to AT&T;'s family of Unix system-based minicomputers. It can provide up to four times the processing power of the 3B2/400, previously the company's biggest computer.

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