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Coinciding with the release of the latest and greatest Apple phone, the iPhone X, YouTube channel What’s Inside? opens up the very first personal computer.

Released in 1981, the IBM 5150 was the very model that gave rise to the popular term PC (personal computer), and was a landmark in technology at the time. The unboxing video above gives detailed looks at the accompanying instruction manual, keyboard, and of course the monitor and processor, which are essentially ancient relics when compared to the state of contemporary technology. The processing unit and monitor of the IBM computer are even cracked open for a raw look inside.

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