IBM Introduces PC-XT

IBM PC-XTMarch 8, 1983

IBM introduces the IBM Personal Computer XT, which stands for eXtended Technology. For a price of $4,995, it features a Intel 8088 processor, a 10MB hard drive, eight expansion slots, serial port, 128 kB RAM, 40Kb ROM, a keyboard, and one double-sided 360kB floppy drive.

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  • Todd Smith

    Mine must have been a slim downed version. I only had 56k of ram on the mother board. I had to buy another pc board to get me up to 64k. But, I did have Stacker so I had the equivalent of a 20 meg hard drive