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Scans of PS/2 related articles from PC Magazine, InfoWorld and other magazines. Beware, large JPEGs ahead! (~500 kB per image)

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PC Magazine materials copyright Ziff Davis, Inc.
InfoWorld materials copyright InfoWorld Media Group, Inc.
Computerworld materials copyright IDG Enterprise


PC Magazine

Personal System/2: IBM's Bold New Line
(PC Magazine, May 26, 1987)
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Introducing the IBM Personal System/2 (Advertisement)
(PC Magazine, May 26, 1987)
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IBM's Personal System/2: The Empire Strikes Back
(PC Magazine, July 21, 1987)
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Finish The Job, IBM (Bill Machrone)
(PC Magazine, July 21, 1987)
   01 02

The Real Cost of the Personal System/2 (John C. Dvorak)
(PC Magazine, July 21, 1987)
   link

Inside Track - The last musings about the PS/2, perhaps... (John C. Dvorak)
(PC Magazine, July 21, 1987)
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PS/2 Top Ten Lists (Stephen Manes)
(PC Magazine, July 21, 1987)
   01 02

What's a Power User to Do (Stewart Alsop)
(PC Magazine, July 21, 1987)
   01 02

Apple vs. IBM
(PC Magazine, November 24, 1987)
Apple vs. IBM
   Cover Preface Index 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
Mac II vs. PS/2 Model 80
   01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
Apple/IBM Networking
   01 02 03
Mac286
   01 02

First Looks - Model 80 at 20 MHz: As Fast as a Deskpro 386/20
(PC Magazine, February 29, 1988)
   01 02

PS/2s: Reliablility Counts (Jim Seymour)
(PC Magazine, September 13, 1988)
   01 02

A PC Priority Checklist (Jim Seymour)
(PC Magazine, October 11, 1988)
   01 02

Tandy Ships First MCA Compatible: 5000 MC Features Five MCA Slots
EISA Takes on IBM's Micro Channel
EISA vs. MCA: Which Is Better?
(PC Magazine, November 29, 1988)
   01 02 03 04

The Size Is Right - Packing 386 Power Into Sleek PCs (Small-Footprint 386 PCs)
(PC Magazine, November 15, 1988)
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My Dinner With IBM (John C. Dvorak)
(PC Magazine, January 31, 1989)
   link

Inside Track - SAA, CD-ROM, and other slow movers get the needle. (John C. Dvorak)
(PC Magazine, January 31, 1989)
   link

IBM at War with the World (William F. Zachmann)
(PC Magazine, January 31, 1989)
   01 02

What's Old Is New (IBM PS/2 Model 30 286)
(PC Magazine, January 17, 1989)
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IBM PS/2 Model 30 286 (Advertisement)
(PC Magazine, January 17, 1989)
   01 02

Bus Wars - EISA vs. ISA vs. Micro Channel
(PC Magazine, June 26, 1990)
   Cover 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

American Mitac Offers Micro Channel 386SX-based System (MPS2386)
(PC Magazine, August, 1989)
   link

PC Labs Tests 12 Micro Channel Alternatives (MCA Computers)
(PC Magazine, October 30, 1990)
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First Looks - IBM PS/2 Models 90 and 95
(PC Magazine, January 15, 1991)
   01 02 03

IBM PS/2 Models 90 and 95 - True 486 Power At Last
(PC Magazine, February 26, 1991)
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Micro Channel Manifesto Champions IBM's New Bus Architecture
(PC Magazine, May 28, 1991)
   link

Four 486SXs: Is the Glass Half Empty or Half Full? (IBM PS/2 Model 90 XP 486)
(PC Magazine, June 11, 1991)
   01 02 03

Pentium PCs (IBM PS/2 Server 95; selected pages only)
(PC Magazine, June 29, 1993)
   01 02

IBM PS/2 Server 85/95 486 (Advertisement)
(PC Magazine, December 7, 1993)
   01 02

File Servers (IBM PS/2 Server 95 Array 566; selected pages only)
(PC Magazine, October 11, 1994)
   01 02 03

IBM PS/2 Server 95 Array (Advertisement)
(PC Magazine, October 25, 1994)
   link


InfoWorld

Chip Set to Spawn PS/2 Compatibles
(InfoWorld, May 25, 1987)
   01 02 03

IBM Finds Mislabeled Micro Channel Pin
(InfoWorld, September 7, 1987)
   link

Card Lets Micro Channel Systems Use PC Bus Boards
(InfoWorld, Nov 9, 1987)
   link

Phoenix Unveils Clone of PS/2 BIOS
(InfoWorld, November 9, 1987)
   link

Seminar Reveals IBM's Proprietary Path for Micro Channel, Extended Edition
(InfoWorld, March 7, 1988)
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Tandy to Ship MCA-Based PC in July; Dell, Olivetti Aim for Fourth Quarter
(InfoWorld, April 25, 1988)
   01 02 03

Any company can take the IBM PS/2 apart. Only one can put it all together. (Advertisement)
(InfoWorld, April 25, 1988)
   01 02

Show Attendees Yawn Over MCA Compatibles
(InfoWorld, May 16, 1988)
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Dell Postpones Shipment of MCA PCs
(InfoWorld, Aug 15, 1988)
   01 02

Upcoming Announcement of IBM's Model 35 Is a Step in the Wrong Direction
(InfoWorld, September 5, 1988)
   link

Shoot-Out on the Strip: IBM, EISA Group Clash
(InfoWorld, November 21, 1988)
   01 02 03

IBM Unveils Long-Awaited 16-MBPS Token Ring
(InfoWorld, November 21, 1988)
   link

Foreign Vendors Show MCA Clones
(InfoWorld, November 21, 1988)
   link

IBM Plans to Call EISA's Bluff With MCA2, MCA3
(InfoWorld, November 21, 1988)
   link

Micro Channel Highway Ads Steer IBM in the Right Direction
(InfoWorld, February 13, 1989)
   link

Mitac MCA PC, Features 386SX, Small Footprint (MPS2386)
(InfoWorld, May 29, 1989)
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IBM Beefs Up Micro Channel Capabilities
(InfoWorld, October 2, 1989)
   01 02

Design Differences Affect 486 System Horsepower
Platforms for The '90s (32-bit bus, EISA, MCA...)
(InfoWorld, November 13, 1989)
Design Differences Affect 486 System Horsepower
   cover 01
First Class Systems to Introduce PS/2 Compatible
   link
Uncorking The Future - Users Begin a Taste-Test of the 32-Bit Hardware
   01 02 03
MCA Systems
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IBM's 486 Offers Sparkling Performance
   link

More MCA Bus Masters Unveiled at Comdex
IBM, Intel, C&T Announce Bus-Master Chip Sets
(InfoWorld, November 20, 1989)
   link

Northgate to Offer 486 With MCA
(InfoWorld, January 8, 1990)
   link

ALR Announces MCA 33-MHz i486
(InfoWorld, February 5, 1990)
   link

2 Chip Makers Ready to Ship Chip Sets for Higher MCA Rates
(InfoWorld, February 5, 1990)
   link

MCA Clone Market Is Increasing Steadily
(InfoWorld, February 5, 1990)
   link

Intel Discovers Configuration Problems With MCA Boards
(InfoWorld, February 5, 1990)
   link

IBM's Beefed-Up MCA Takes Different Approach Than EISA
(InfoWorld, February 19, 1990)
   link

IBM Hits the Ground Running With Clever 486SX-Based PC
(InfoWorld, May 27, 1991)
   01 02

IBMs 386SX releases heat up low-end market (Model 35SX, 40SX)
(InfoWorld, October 7, 1991)
   link

IBM Model 57SX's chipset gives it 486SX performance
(InfoWorld, October 21, 1991)
   link

IBM breaks usual form, ships fastest 386/20 (Model 56SLC)
(InfoWorld, March 9, 1992)
   link

PS/2 servers to get Pentium, RAID
(InfoWorld, July 26, 1993)
   link

IBM introduces entry-level Pentium server
(InfoWorld, March 14, 1994)
   link

IBM PCs set to rejoin club
(InfoWorld, October 17, 1994)
   link

PS/2s won't Plug and Play with Windows 95
(InfoWorld, October 31, 1994)
   link

IBM phasing out MCA, turns to PCI
(InfoWorld, April 10, 1995)
   link

MCA, PS/2 bite the dust; OS/2 to follow?
(InfoWorld, April 10, 1995)
   link


Computerworld

MCA vs. EISA: Shedding light on heated debate
(Computerworld, February 6, 1989)
   01 02

Race on to deliver MCA, EISA goods
(Computerworld, February 13, 1989)
   link


BYTE

The IBM Personal System/2
(BYTE, June 1987)
   Cover 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12


Bits & Bytes

EISA vs MCA
(Bits & Bytes, December 1990)
   01 02


Forbes

IBM Wild Duck Flies South
(John C. Dvorak, Apr 9, 2001)
   link


The New York Times

THE EXECUTIVE COMPUTER; Introducing the First PS2 Clones
(Peter H. Lewis, Apr 24, 1988)
   link


MC microcomputer (Italian)

Olivetti P500
(Corrado Giustozzi, Apr 1989)
   Cover 01 02 03 04 05 06


Science & Vie Micro (SVM) (Italian)

No 62 (Jun 1989)
   Olivetti P500 (Christophe Blanc) - page 96 - 98


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