Reply 60 of 68, by Intel486dx33
What about laptops?
Texas Instruments Travelmate 4000M
Intel 486 DX4 75MHz
10,4" TFT active color screen
SB16 compatible audio and built-in speakers, 3 audio jacks
Built-in joystick port (mini-DB connector)
Built-in mini SCSI connector
Built-in 2x PCMCIA, PS/2, VGA, LPT, COM
Docking station with speakers and SCSI CD-ROM with additional full-size SCSI port and additional battery for mobile operation
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Yes, that is nice. I have never seen one of those. I have the “IBM Thinkpad 755” with docking station which can accept a full size ISA Sound card. I have some sound cards for it already.
As you can see the IBM PS/1 has a strong steel frame and cover.
A lot of PS/1s were manufactured in Scotland.
There's a glitch in the matrix.
A founding member of the 286 appreciation society.
Apparently 32-bit is dead and nobody likes P4s.
Of course, as always, I'm open to correction...😉
The IBM PS/1 Model 2155 Is the Clear Winner for the Best PC of 1993/94 at retail price of $2,699
As for the Mac Side the “Macintosh Color Classic” of 1993 would be the Winner at retail price of $1,08o
Both had internet capabilities. The IBM came with a dial up modem and Ethernet card. The Mac could have an internal Ethernet card or external modem. Even today both can still go online and surf the internet with HTML 2.0 Friendly websites.
Both of these were the Clear choice winners for the home computer market.
The IBM PS/1 is the Clear Winner.