who built the first 8086/88 based puter?
chrism3667 at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 22 20:58:18 CST 2006
in all likelihood Intel is far too simplistic an
answer (although I do recall seeing pictures of
multibus type boxes with an Intel monniker, so things
like that could possibly qualify). I suppose even a
sbc could qualify, or even some sort of add-on for an
established system. But sdks from Intel (or others)
dont. Seattle Gazelle? What about 80186 firsts? 80286?
I know the popular conception is that Compaq built the
first 386 desktop, but I seem to recall ALR being
numero uno (pretty sure it was ALR).
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