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Wed Nov 21 17:25:35 CST 2007
Chuck Guzis wrote:
> On 20 Nov 2007 at 16:27, Fred Cisin wrote:
>> Wasn't the PS/2 30 an 8086? (can't remember for sure)
> Initially. A later version used the 286. The model 25 was, as far
> as I'm aware, always an 8086.
Nope. There was a 286-based one later, followed by a 386-based one
(with 16-bit ISA and VGA instead of MCGA) even later. I heard about a
486-based one, but I doubt it was ever made as a complete machine, only
as an upgrade planar.
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