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Mar. 1984, IBM ships the IBM PCjr. It uses the 8088 CPU, includes 64KB RAM, a "Freeboard" keyboard, and one 5.25-inch disk drive, no monitor, for US$1300.
Summer 1984, IBM introduces a new keyboard for the IBM PCjr, offering a free upgrade to all who want it.
Mar. 1985, IBM announces that it will cease production and promotion of the IBM PCjr.
Made in Armonk New-York, USA
.-IBM PCjr chicklet keyboard-
The PCjr came with two cartridge ports, here is the BASIC cartridge->Notice the Copyright by Microsoft Corp. 1981.