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May 3, 1991
Amkly Systems Inc., the Irvine-based computer company, said it is selling its computer memory board business to Xtend Micro Products Inc. in Irvine. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Albert Wong, president of Irvine-based Amkly, said the business being sold to Xtend is viable but that his company wants to concentrate its resources on its line of personal computers, which were introduced in March.
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May 12, 1997 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
So many laptops, so little compatibility. There are so many "mobile computing units"--largely in the hands of business execs and salespeople who travel the globe--that several major airlines are adding on-board power ports so laptop users can plug in during flights and save their batteries. But laptop computer makers use a wide variety of connectors for their external power plugs and even airline power ports use two different types of plugs.
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May 12, 1997 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
So many laptops, so little compatibility. There are so many "mobile computing units"--largely in the hands of business execs and salespeople who travel the globe--that several major airlines are adding on-board power ports so laptop users can plug in during flights and save their batteries. But laptop computer makers use a wide variety of connectors for their external power plugs and even airline power ports use two different types of plugs.
BUSINESS
May 3, 1991
Amkly Systems Inc., the Irvine-based computer company, said it is selling its computer memory board business to Xtend Micro Products Inc. in Irvine. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Albert Wong, president of Irvine-based Amkly, said the business being sold to Xtend is viable but that his company wants to concentrate its resources on its line of personal computers, which were introduced in March.
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