Wang PC 382
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The Wang PC382 is Wang's competitor to the IBM PC AT. It features the Intel 80386 processor, running at 20MHz. It came with 640KB base memory, 16 colour VGA output, and shipped with 1MB of RAM, but could take up to 8MB.
The machine attempted to extend the then current PC AT architecture from 16-bit to 32-bit. The price for the most basic configuration that came with a monitor, keyboard, and hard disk at launch was $7,220.
Manufacturer: Wang Laboratories
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