GFX News - Volume 1, Number 3

September / October 1994:

A NEW magazine that brings you the latest computer NEWS and REVIEWS in full-screen, Super VGA, high-resolution GraFiX! This issue: Gravis Phoenix flightstick, Turtle Beach Tropez, over 10 soundcards evaluated, US Robotics 28.8K Modem,& more!





    Thanks for taking the time to download the Sept/Oct 1994 issue of
                              "GFX News"
                   (Pronounced "gee-eff-ex News")

     GFX News comes from the same creators as GIF News, another 
  magazine launched back in November 1988 that followed the same

     Each page of the magazine is stored in .GIF file format.
  GIF viewers are widespread and freely available so finding one 
  should not prove to be difficult.  This issue of GFX News uses 
  screen resolution of 640x480 pixels in 256 colors.

     Each .GIF file represents one page of the magazine. They are
  ordered in the following way, so you know what page you are reading.
  You can also tell the month and year of the issue you are reading by
  the filename.

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     In this archive the following files should be included: [Volume 1  Number 3  Released: Sept 27, 1994]

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