IBM PC Series

Edited by Zheng Cirino

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The IBM PC Series personal computer was the follow-on to the IBM PS/ValuePoint and IBM Personal System/2. Announced in October 1994 and withdrawn in October 2000, it was replaced by the IBM NetVista, apart from the Pentium Pro based PC360 and PC365, which were replaced by the IBM IntelliStation. Industry standard ISA/PCI architecture, first IBM machines with USB. Processors ranged from the 486DX2-50, 486SX-20, 486DX2-100 to the Pentium 200 and in case of the Models 360 and 365 even the venerable Pentium Pro. 486 models had a selectable bus architecture through a replaceable riser-card, offering the choice of either VESA Local Bus/ISA or PCI/ISA.