IBM released the PC Model 5150; it had five expansion slots utilizing an eight-bit data path. It could accept up to four floppies (5.25 inch disks), or work with an audiocassette to store programs. The marketing clout of a PC with IBM's name on it surprised even IBM. However, it was a few third-party vendors that made the IBM PC a run-away success.
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