The Amstrad PC1640 was based around an 8 MHz Intel 8086 processor and was a very successful entry level PC bought by many small and medium sized businesses. Not only was a success in the business arena but due to the price and Amstrad's marketing it was also largely responsible for introducing the PC into the home environment.
Intel i8086 @ 8 MHz
2x 2.25" 720kB floppy drive
14" EGA Monitor (PC-ECD)
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