IBM PS/2 Model 70
The Personal System/2 Model 70 enhances the IBM Personal System/2 family of systems by offering a new level of performance in a desktop unit. The system is highlighted by the Micro Channel™ Architecture with a 16 or 20MHz 80386 32-bit microprocessor, high density memory technology, and a wide range of integrated features. With the capability of supporting up to 16MB of high speed real memory, 60MB (Model E61) or 120MB (Model 121) of disk storage, advanced graphics (VGA), and an optional 80387 Math Co-Processor, this system provides significant performance enhancements for desktop computer operations. It maintains compatibility with most existing software products for Personal Computer systems.
IBM PS/2 Model 70 386 Type 8570 - 1987
Processor Intel 80386 DX 16 MHz
Memory 6 MB
Graphics VGA Graphics
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