|Manufacturer||AMD, IBM, Intel|
|Release||February 1, 1982|
|Added to museum||May 8, 2020|
80286, also known as iAPX 286 and Intel 286, was a microprocessor architecture by Intel.
It was the second generation of x86 microprocessors.
The first 80286 microprocessor was introduced by Intel on February 1, 1982.
It was succeeded by the 80386 in 1985.
80286 computers owned by WEC Museum
|Name||Released||Added to Museum||Notes|
|AT 5170||1984||May 8, 2020||The WEC Museum owns an IBM AT 5170, connected to an Element HDTV with a VGA cable connected to a VGA to HDMI adapter.|