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June 13, 1989|David Olmos, Times staff writer

CMS Enhancements Inc. has introduced several hard disk storage drives for personal and portable computers made by Commodore International.

The Tustin company said it is currently offering two hard disk drives with 20 megabytes and 40 megabytes of memory for Commodore machines that are compatible with International Business Machines Corp. personal computers. This fall, the company said, it will offer four additional disk drives for the Commodore Amiga model.

"We recognize Commodore as an important manufacturer in the personal computer market," said John Woodmansee, a CMS product manager.

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