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IBM 5150 with CGA Monitor

IBM 5150 with CGA Monitor
Unknown
The IBM 5150 was the beginning of the Personal Computer as we know it today.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM System 370 Control Panel

IBM System 370 Control Panel
1970
The IBM System/370 (S/370) was a model range of IBM mainframes announced on June 30, 1970 as the successors to the System/360 family.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM 370/138

IBM 370/138
30th June 1976
The IBM 370/138 was announced on June 30, 1976 and withdrawn November 1, 1983.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM Displaywriter

IBM Displaywriter
1980
IBM's Office Products Division announced the Displaywriter in June 1980 as an easy-to-use, low-cost desktop text processing system.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM 5161

IBM 5161
1981
The IBM Personal Computer, commonly known as the IBM PC, is the original version and progenitor of the IBM PC compatible hardware platform.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM 5150

IBM 5150
1st September 1981
The IBM 5150 was the beginning of the Personal Computer as we know it today.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM 5160 XT

IBM 5160 XT
1st January 1983
The IBM Model 5160 was as you might guess, a more powerful version of the IBM PC Model 5150.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM 5170 / PC AT

IBM 5170 / PC AT
1984
The IBM 5170 or PC AT was IBM's second generation PC (if you consider the XT an extension of the original PC).

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM 5155 Portable Computer

IBM 5155 Portable Computer
1st June 1984
The IBM 5155 - The Portable PC The Portable PC was IBM's first carry-around PC.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM 5140 Convertible Computer

IBM 5140 Convertible Computer
April 1986
The IBM 5140 (or IBM PC Convertible) was a laptop that could be converted into a main desktop in seconds.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM PS/2 Model 70

IBM PS/2 Model 70
1987
IBM PS/2 Model 70The 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.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM PS/2 Model 30 286

IBM PS/2 Model 30 286
April 1987
The IBM Personal System/2 or PS/2 was IBM's third generation of personal computers.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM PS/2 Model 30 (FD/HD)

IBM PS/2 Model 30 (FD/HD)
April 1987
This IBM PS/2 Model 30 features a hard disk drive as well as the standard 720KB 3.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM PS/2 Model 30 (Dual FD)

IBM PS/2 Model 30 (Dual FD)
April 1987
This IBM PS/2 Model 30 features dual floppy disk drives (1.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM PS/2 Model 80 (8580-071)

IBM PS/2 Model 80 (8580-071)
2nd April 1987
IBM PERSONAL SYSTEM/2 (TM) MODEL 80 (8580-041/071) IBM Announcement Letter Number 187-051 dated April 2, 1987 he IBM Personal System/2 Model 80 (IBM 8580) enhances theSystem/2 family of systems by off...

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM PS/2 Model 55SX

IBM PS/2 Model 55SX
October 1987
The IBM PS/2 Model 55SX was similar to the Model 50, but featured a 32-bit 80386SX processor (with 16-bit external bus) instead of a 16-bit 80286.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM PS/1

IBM PS/1
1990
IBM Ps/1 80286 1Mb Ram, 40Mb Hard Disc Complete with original IBM Box with Monitor, Key Board & Mouse System S/N PQ550587258 Monitor S/N 55K2071...

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM RS/6000 Model 550L

IBM RS/6000 Model 550L
1990
The RISC System/6000, or RS/6000 for short, is a family of RISC and UNIX based servers, workstations and supercomputers made by IBM in the 1990s.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM PS/1 Machine 2133 Model 114

IBM PS/1 Machine 2133 Model 114
1990
The IBM PS/1 was a brand for a line of personal computers and was IBM's return to the home market in 1990, five years after the IBM PCjr.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM Model 8573-121

IBM Model 8573-121
January 1990
This one is often called luggable, because of its 9 kg weight.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM RS/6000 320

IBM RS/6000 320
15th February 1990
RISC System/6000, or RS/6000 for short, is a family of RISC and UNIX based servers, workstations and supercomputers made by IBM in the 1990s.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM PS/2 Note

IBM PS/2 Note
1991
The Personal System/2 or PS/2 was IBM's third generation of personal computers released in 1987.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM PS/2 Model 95 (8595)

IBM PS/2 Model 95 (8595)
1991
Processor Intel i486DX2 @ 66 MHz (upgrade) Intel i486DX @ 33MHz (original) Coprocessor integrated into CPU Cache 8K internally in CPU, optional 256K L2 Cache Module Memory 48 Mbytes (options range fr...

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM ThinkPad 2523-710T

IBM ThinkPad 2523-710T
1993
ThinkPad 2523-710T 1993 Standard Features IBM 486 SLC 25 MHz CPU WD90C26 video controller Monochrome 9.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM ThinkPad 701CS

IBM ThinkPad 701CS
1995
IBM's ThinkPad 701C shattered subnotebook constraints in 1995 with a full-size keyboard and screen Once opened, the keyboard on the 701C (nicknamed the Butterfly ) extends past the chassis sides to...

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM ThinkPad 755CEX

IBM ThinkPad 755CEX
March 1995
Type 9545CEXIBM introduced the ThinkPad line in 1992.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM Palm Top PC110

IBM Palm Top PC110
September 1995
Only released and supported in Japan, the IBM Palm Top PC110 was one of the smallest colour notebook computers of it's time.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Portable Computer

IBM RS/6000 SP2 Type 7025

IBM RS/6000 SP2 Type 7025
1996
In February 1990, IBM introduced the RISC System/6000 - a family of nine workstations that were among the fastest and most powerful in the industry.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM ThinkPad 365XD

IBM ThinkPad 365XD
1996
Intel Pentium 120 or 133 CPU Trident Cyber9320 video controller with 1MB 8MB memory standard 1 x 144 pin SODIMM expansion slot 810 or 1080MB HDD ES1688 Audio controller CD-ROM drive IrDA 1.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM RS/6000 Model 7043 604e

IBM RS/6000 Model 7043 604e
1998
The RISC System/6000, or RS/6000 for short, is a family of RISC and UNIX based servers, workstations and supercomputers made by IBM in the 1990s.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM 8363 NetVisa Thin Client

IBM 8363 NetVisa Thin Client
November 2000
Two IBM 8363 NetVisa Thin Client - N2200w Ethernet This IBM 8363 Network Station is a local booting thin client with 16 MB CompactFlash pre-loaded with Windows CE v2.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM ThinkPad R30 2656

IBM ThinkPad R30 2656
2001
specifications (14.1" - PIII-M - Win2000 - 128 MB RAM - 30 GB HDD) Processor / Chipset CPU Intel Pentium III-M 1.0 GHzCache L2 cache - 256.0 KB - Advanced Transfer CacheFront Side Bus 100.0 MHzChipset...

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer

IBM Thinkpad 2628-STG

IBM Thinkpad 2628-STG
2001
Processor Intel Pentium III 850.

Manufacturer : IBM
Type : Computer


Historical Timeline for

Date Event
17-02-1874 Thomas J. Watson Sr. is born
1890 Herman Hollerith designs tabulating machines for 1890 U.S. Census
16-08-1890 US Census Bureau announces results using Herman Hollerith's machine
1910 3 companies merge to become C-T-R
1914 Thomas J. Watson Sr. joins C-T-R
09-04-1919 ENIAC Designer Presper Eckert Is Born
14-02-1924 C-T-R becomes IBM
1928 Introduction of 80-columns card format
1934 IBM 405 Alphabetical Accounting Machine introduced
1944 First Harvard Mark 1 shipped
11-12-1946 Frederick Williams Receives Patent for RAM device
1947 The Williams tube won the race for a practical random-access memory
1948 IBM´s Selective Sequence Electronic Calculator was built
02-07-1953 IBM announces the Model 650 computer
20-09-1954 First FORTRAN Program Runs
01-10-1954 IBM Announces Model 705 Computer
28-10-1955 Bill Gates, cofounder of Microsoft Corporation, was born
1956 IBM brings out the Magnetic Disk Memory
04-03-1956 Wang Sells Core Memory Patent to IBM
13-09-1956 IBM introduces the IBM 350
1957 FORTRAN-1 is formally published
1962 "Music from Mathematics" LP was created using an IBM 7090 computer
07-04-1964 IBM releases the System 360 range of commercial computers
1965 DEC unveils the PDP-8,
1968 T J WEatson & IBM granted opatent for the DRAM
February 1968 IBM tests a 8in floppy disc
20-11-1969 IBM introduces Call 360 Time Sharing into Britain
08-01-1970 Met Office installs IBM 360/195
01-10-1970 IBM 370/145 introduced
19-11-1970 UK Rutherford Laboratory chooses IBM 360/195
11-03-1971 IBM 370/135 Launched
08-07-1971 IBM's Thomas J Watson retires
11-11-1971 Univac introduce the 9700
13-01-1972 IBM 360/65 link for airline reservations
27-01-1972 Exports boosted by orders for IBM
16-03-1972 IBM 3750 switching system
23-03-1972 Virtual memory for IBM 370 developed in US
27-04-1972 Worlds first IBM 370/135 installed in Britain
11-05-1972 IBM mark reader for 370's and System 3
06-07-1972 IBM 370/165 to aid experimental work at Daresbury
20-07-1972 IBM 360/30 installation to improve Grasp capability
27-07-1972 IBM370/135 240K
24-08-1972 IBM move on the System 370
31-08-1972 IBM 370/165 for Glasgow University rejected
31-08-1972 IBM's TSO
28-09-1972 Floppy Disc Cartridge launched by IBM
12-10-1972 370/125 and OCR reader from IBM
19-10-1972 Derby Databank based on IBM 370/145
26-10-1972 IBM leads the way as state of the art advances
02-11-1972 IBM wins £6m bank order
09-11-1972 IBM's DOS/VS
16-11-1972 Harland and Wolf to install IBM 370/135
14-12-1972 Problems with IBM 370/155 and 370/165
1973 8" floppy & first "Hard Drive introduced by IBM
11-01-1973 Potters diskette challenge to IBM
08-02-1973 IBM 370/145 product range released
08-02-1973 More VM power launched by IBM
08-02-1973 ESRO plan ousts IBM
01-03-1973 Storm over EEC order with IBM
22-03-1973 Introduction of IBM's 370/115 in US and Canada
07-06-1973 Hotel group first with IBM system
12-07-1973 IBM launches new banking system
19-07-1973 Model 15 addition to the IBM System 3 range
19-07-1973 Model 15 fills gap in IBM range
09-08-1973 IBM launch new model of System 7
23-08-1973 IBM moves into PoS with 3650 units
30-08-1973 British Airways Board order for 2 IBM 370/168 queried by House of Commons
06-09-1973 Boots the Chemist upgrades to IBM 370/145 computers
20-09-1973 IBM to pay Telex damages of $352m
25-10-1973 Univac Series 90 challenges IBM
01-11-1973 IBM launches 3660 PoS system in the US
15-11-1973 IBM in Nigeria
03-01-1974 IBM awarded Post Office contract
10-01-1974 Update for IBM 3740
07-02-1974 IBM 370/158 for Met Office
11-04-1974 Major change to the structure of IBM's World Trade Corp
16-05-1974 IBM twin 370/158 ordered by Barclays
06-11-1980 Microsoft Signs Contract with IBM to Create Operating System
12-08-1981 IBM introduces personal computer with Microsoft's 16-bit operating system, MS-DOS 1.0
12-08-1981 Introduction of IBM 5150 Personal Computer
13-08-1981 IBM announced that it was launching a personal computer using an Intel 8088
01-02-1982 Introduction of Intel 80286 at 6 MHz, with 134,000 transistors
January 1983 Introduction of spreadsheet program 1-2-3 by Lotus,
02-05-1983 Microsoft Introduced 2-button Mouse
1984 IBM’s new 3480 cartridge tape system introduced
1984 Creation of Dell Computer Corporation by Michael Dell
1984 IBM and Compaq introduce the IDE interface
August 1984 Introduction of IBM PC/AT based on Intel 80286
20-09-1984 Acorn Launch the ABC Micro
1985 First Commodore Amiga Released
1985 First Commodore Amiga released
1986 IBM RISC System/6000 AIX Rugby Shirt
11-06-1986 IBM PC personal computer features in the film Ferris Bueller's Day Off
1987 Commodore release the Amiga 500 and the Amiga 2000
02-04-1987 Windows 2 was launched
30-09-1988 IBM announces 3 millionth PS/2 personal computer
1990 Introduction of IBM RS/6000
06-04-1992 Microsoft Releases Windows 3.1
19-01-1993 IBM Announces a loss of $4.97m for 1992
03-05-1997 IBM's Deep Blue Beats Gary Kasparov at Chess
02-09-1997 IBM announces RS/6000 SP Deep Blue
18-11-2012 Wii U released

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