Although IBM pioneered the modern personal computer back in 1981 with its highly modular design, clones and third-party expansions ultimately turned it into just another PC brand like any other. IBM left the x86 PC market in 2005, although they continued to sell servers based on that platform for another nine years.

Aptiva 2138-E76
A desktop computer from 1997 running Windows 95, and one that includes Netscape Navigator at that
ThinkPad T23
A model of IBM's flagship laptop running Windows 2000

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