Formed by IBM, Ambra first made their appearance in the European market in 1992 before debuting in the United States the following year. Focusing on the lower-end market, Ambra had a number of notable contributions which included the TP60, the world’s first dual Pentium PC. Their sudden entrance into the market was matched by their sudden departure, as IBM discontinued the name and model lineup in 1994.




The Ambra T466I/VL was called one of the fastest 486 PCs available in early 1994. This model, the minitower version of the D466I/VL, contained a number of innovative features.

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