An old codger, used primarily for preservation.
One of Franklin’s attempts at the IBM market, post Apple fallout.
A cobbled together mishmash of x86 hardware. It’s slow. It’s old. It works.
A donation from a local accounting firm when they moved offices.
Just another clone.
The original, model 5150, IBM Personal Computer.
The 2121 series with an Intel 80386SX processor running at 16 MHz, was designed to be easy to set up and use.
The PS/2 Models 30 was among the lowest-end models in the PS/2 lineup and meant to replace the IBM PC and XT.
One of the last in IBM’s original PS/2 line.