The IBM Personal Computer was the company's smallest, lowest priced computer system in 1981. The expandable system could be used at work, in school or at home. Its many advanced features included a memory capacity up to 262,144 characters, an 83-key adjustable keyboard, color/graphics capabilities and a high-speed microprocessor. An 80-character-per-second printer and a high resolution monochrome display were offered as options and the computer could be connected to color or black and white television sets. The system pictured here was priced at $4385 when it was announced.