it's an American concern, and is shedding 1400 jobs globally, due to a decline in the demand for printer cartridges. In Scotland there'll be 700 job losses; the rumours have been flying around the industry for a while now.
Actually my first home system, in 1996, was a 100MHz Pentium based Time effort with 14in Hitachi monitor, 1 or 2MB onboard graphics with outstanding accelerator feature, CD-ROM drive; 16MB of RAM (also serving, of course, the onboard graphics), a vast selection of mostly useless software and...
Er, that's it. All for the princely sum, in a Time sale, of £1,303.
In another thread along the of line firms going bust only to arise with the same directors under another label leaving a trial of debt and misery behind them. I have experienced it in my time and so have others on this forum. I'll watch Time computers with a very cynical eye.
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