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In a last ditch effort to produce a plausible home computer, IBM designed the JX, PCjr's direct descendant. This picture has been retouched slightly for aesthetic purposes.
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No known owners (I still own one | I used to own one). I have seen one.
Search Google or Ebay United States for IBM JX (more links, auctions & searches)
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Convertible, JX, PC, PC-AT, PCjr, PC-XT, PC 3270, PC-XT Model 370, PC portable, PC-RT.
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Emphasis First contact, Gaming, Small business
Timeline Released: 1985
CPU type 8088
CPU word length 16 bits
CPU clock rate 4.77 MHz
RAM Size 64 KiB, 128 KiB, 256 KiB, 512 KiB
Graphics chip 6845
Graphics modes 160x100, 320x200, 640x200
Text modes 40x25, 80x25
Total number of colours 16
Total peripheral memory 360 KiB, 720 KiB
Cassette tape speed 1,200 bps
I/O Ports 2x Cartridge, 3x Expansion, Joystick, Light Pen, Parallel, Tape recorder

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