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Please help me identify a mid 1980's Xerox Computer (made in Italy)

PCFreek

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This was also in storage with the IBM 5150:

It's a made in Italy Xerox with a 1978 Intel D8086-1 chip. I also have a Xerox made in Italy monitor and keyboard.
Computer case is labeled as P/C 12DA and is also labeled as "6060"
Motherboard is labeled "PC1050"

You can see the part numbers of the monitor and keyboard in the pics. I searched and none of these came up.

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PCFreek

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More pics. I have the power supply, but have removed it in this pic.
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The thing looks empty inside as the largest board is on bottom.
 

Compgeke

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Olivetti M24 is what that is, AT&T PC-6300 is the same. Basically an IBM clone, that uses a proprietary monitor and keyboard. I believe the full model of that is Xerox PC 6060. Both AT&T and Xerox rebadged the Olivetti system. For more information in general on the hardware just look for M24\PC-6300 stuff, as they're a lot more common and basically the same except for the case.
 

PCFreek

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Thank you very much. I do not see any Olivetti systems for sale on ebay. Would this be worth something? I can take better photos tomorrow perhaps. I personally have no interest in tinkering with it and will look to sell it. Thanks again for your help!
 
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