IBM PCjr 4860 JR Vintage PC Desktop Computer W/ Power Cord & Keyboard, *READ For Sale

IBM PCjr 4860 JR Vintage PC Desktop Computer W/ Power Cord & Keyboard, *READ
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IBM PCjr 4860 JR Vintage PC Desktop Computer W/ Power Cord & Keyboard, *READ:
$127.49

This vintage IBM PCjr 4860 JR desktop computer is a rare gem for collectors and enthusiasts of vintage computing. With its iconic design and powerful capabilities, it is sure to impress anyone who sees it. Featuring a reliable power cord and keyboard, this computer is ready to be used and enjoyed.Ideal for those who appreciate the nostalgia and unique features of vintage computers, this IBM PCjr 4860 JR is a must-have for any serious collector. Made in the United States, this computer boasts a rich history and an impressive legacy that is sure to impress. Don't miss your chance to own this amazing piece of computing history.
This unit was plugged in after being in storage for decades. It turned on and made sound for 5 minutes ( the unit itself ) the screen was also moving and making sounds, and then everything stopped making sound.
I could not turn it back on.


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