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Message #1 Posted by Scuba Diver on 22 Aug 2002, 10:54 a.m.
In the thread regarding the closure of ACO it was mentioned that this group was responsible for re-designing some calcs (like the 12C and the 17BII) so that they could be manufactured in a more cost-effective manner.
Does anyone know; is the same true for the 48G/GX? Is a new machine equivalent to older ones, or are the 48 G/GX now manufactured in China?
The 12C may now be manufactured for less money, but they are also made with less quality.
Thanks in advance!
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Message #2 Posted by Ellis Easley on 22 Aug 2002, 1:43 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by Scuba Diver
I think there have been discussions here about the 48G's being built in China now, the topic was whether the 48G's are now available with the same black LCD as the 49G.
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