Designed as the hobbyist, home personal computer that could do gaming and take on the 8-bit micros, the IBM PC Jr. was a lovable failure. Then again, it was a failure that gave birth to the very first King's Quest and came with the then impressive EGA graphics card, a decent sound chip, floppy drive, cartridge ports and enough RAM to run most MS-DOS applications.
Despite the first IBM PC Jr. retailing at around $1300 back in 1983, you can grab this particular, working IBM PC Jr. via eBay auction for much cheaper. The PC comes with keyboard, color monitor, its cables and all the storage gear you might ever need. Seller ships worldwide.