Archives

Project Chess Gets Approval

IBM PC 5150August 8, 1980

The Project Chess team at IBM shows a prototype microcomputer to their corporate management. Management gives approval for the team to build an operational computer within a one year deadline to compete in the rapidly emerging personal computer market. One year and 4 days later, the IBM PC is introduced to the world and the rest is history.

Project Chess Gets Approval is original content of This Day in Tech History.


This Day in Tech History

Tech History provided by This Day in Tech History.com

Leave a Reply