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It should be noted here that despite everyone saying it was only available as embedded systems, there were still lots of desktop systems (like the siemens pc-d I have in my cellar). it was available with a 80187 fpu and a revolutionary bus system that allowed up to 127 extension cards.. if your case was big enough... and then later I got some 14mb hard drive... ah, those were the times... —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 19:11, September 10, 2006
I removed this completely nonsensical statement. It was perhaps the intention that some reference be made to support for _virtual memory_, so it's fair to say "had built-in support for multitasking o/s's that require vm".