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November 03, 1987|David Olmos, Times Staff Writer

A host of Orange County high-technology companies is using the annual Comdex/Fall trade show in Las Vegas to unveil new products and make other announcements this week. Among them:

CMS Enhancements has formed a new division to sell personal computer accessories. The Tustin-based firm's first offerings are floppy disks, tape cartridges and cables. The company said it will be adding new products over the next several months.

Gateway Communications of Irvine announced an agreement to market Santa Clara-based Consumers Software's electronic mail and messaging product, the Network Courier. Network will be sold with Gateway's local-area network products, used to interconnect computers, printers and other computer peripherals.

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