Pioneer Electronic Corp said on Wednesday that it plans to sell personal computers that work on both the Macintosh and Windows operating platforms as early as next spring.
The new PC, which will be based on a common hardware reference platform (CHRP), can be installed with both Apple Computer Inc's Mac operating system and Microsoft Corp's Windows NT operating system, a Pioneer spokesman said.
The audio equipment maker has been selling only Macintosh-compatible machines.
Japanese PC venture Akia Corp also announced in September that it plans to launch a new PC compatible with both Macintosh and Windows operating systems as early as next spring.
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