The was IBM's return to the home computing market. It was the successor to the IBM PCjr, although it was compatible with IBM's business systems. The was a proprietary system at first, but standard components were used later on.
Retro Computer Friday - Introducing the IBM Datamaster! CPU Intel RAM max, and dual 8 inch floppy drives. Designed to work right out of the box (as long as you could lift the 100 pounds out of the box in the first place).