Published in PC Week by Emily Berk and Joseph Devlin Click here for list of articles
  September 26, 1988 Another Sun Also Rises Over Unix Developers With Release of Sun 386i
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Developers Find Plenty to Like in Sun's 386i Workstation

 

      A workstation-in-a-box for the serious Unix developer or power LAN user.

It has a few shortcomings: The keyboard isn't up to par; the mouse has too many buttons, and the SNAP system administration software needs some work.

Otherwise, the Sun 386i elegantly meets the needs of technical developers and CAD/CAM jockies. The 386i also provides a reliable way to multitask DOS applications.

Price: $7,990 for the monochrome version with 15-inch, 1,152-by-900 pixel monitor, 4M bytes memory, 80387 math coprocessor, 4-slot AT-style bus and 3 1/2-inch, 1.44M-byte floppy drive; $10,990 for color version with 91M-byte hard drive.

Reviewed by Emily Berk and Joseph Devlin

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