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COMMODORE
COMMODORE PC40-III

This computer given by 
Louis-Philippe Dube
In 1987 Commodore launches its first IBM PC-compatible machine, the PC10-1 and PC10-2. Both use MHz Siemens 8088. 

The PC40-III in this picture is a COLT STYLE "all-in one" board called sel.286, introduce in 1989. 

  • It's a 286 
  • with 2 floppies one 5 1/4" and one 3 1/2" 
  • 1 meg. memory. 
  • It originaly came with a 40 Meg. HD.
  • SN; CA1031333

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