The Quiz: What was the nickname for the engineers who created IBM’s first PC?
In 1980, IBM, a longtime leader in the computer industry, chose 12 of their best and brightest to create their first PC (personal computer). The 12 engineers, dubbed the “Dirty Dozen,” worked on the project for two years, revolutionizing the PC with a smaller, less expensive, and easier-to-use model. The device was simply called the “IBM PC,” with an initial price point of $1,565.
The correct answer to this quiz is Dirty Dozen.