The computer hardware hall of fame

From mainframes and minis to PCs and PDAs, our picks for the greatest, most enduring computer hardware of all time.

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Compaq Deskpro 386 (1986)



In 1986, it was Compaq, not IBM, that introduced the first 386 desktop computer. A year later IBM switched gears and introduced its disastrous PS/2 line of desktop PCs, which threw Compaq a big chunk of market share. We recall those solidly built Deskpro 386s running well into the 1990s.

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