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The IBM RT PC, known as the IBM 6150 in the UK, is based around IBM's ROMP processor. It was introduced in 1986 as the Risc Technology Personal Computer.
The machine ran IBM AIX, Advanced Interactive Executive, an IBM port of UNIX 1.x and 2.x but could also run the Academic Operating System (AOS) or Pick Operating System.
It was followed in 1990 by the IBM RS/600 and the POWER (Performance Optimisation with Advanced Risc) processor line, which was the basis for the PowerPC processor.
This IBM 3151 ASCII series machine is an asynchronous serial communication terminal released in 1987.
It uses the ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) code set as opposed to the Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code set more commonly found on IBM terminals.
The system has a 14-inch CRT display that can display 80-132 characters by 24 lines. It can be attached to both IBM and non-IBM computers.
The IBM PS/2 Model 80 was announced in April 1987. The IBM PS/2 was the third generation of IBM PCs.
Unlike previous IBM PCs the model 80 used a new bus called Micro Channel Architecture. The model 80 has an Intel 386 processor, with 1MB or 2MB of RAM and a VGA display adapter.
The machine could run IBM PC DOS 3.3, OS/2, Microsoft PC Xenix and IBM AIX PC.
This computer has two 3.5-inch 2,88MB diskette drive and a 115MB Enhanced Small Disk Interface hard disk.