Released 1988: The Commodore PC20-III is a home/business desktop computer in the range of Commodore International’s IBM PC compatible line. PC-10-III and 20-III were re-designed Commodore PCs with smaller casing, more compact mainboard with many built-in features. Mainboard has onboard video
Released 1988: Compaq SLT was a line of laptop computers made by Compaq. Two models were produced in the SLT series. The first model, Compaq SLT/286, is considered to be one of the most notable units in laptop history due to
Released 1985: The Commodore PC20-II is a home/business desktop computer in the range of Commodore International’s IBM PC compatible line. It’s an IBM PC XT clone running at 4.77 MHz, it came with an 20 MB hard drive, and an 5.25″DD
Released 1987: The Compaq Portable III is a PC/AT-clone computer released by Compaq Computer Corporation in 1987. It was advertised as being much smaller and lighter than the previous portable x86-PCs, however it was still quite large by today’s standards.
Facts Type: Personal Computer Released: 1991 Model: 386 PC (Suntac-12 mainboard) CPU: Intel 80386@16 MHz Graphics: switchable EGA – VGA Memory: 2 MB (640 KB base) Sound: PC speaker 1 bit mono Released ~1991: My 386 PC seems like a
Released ~1995: This Pentium 100 PC is one of the many typical “gray boxes” of the 90’s. I don’t know the company behind the box as it looks anonymous with no logo, it got a model number though and made