INITIAL PRICE: $2,199 about $4,200 in 2018
The original PS/1 (Model 2011), based on a 10 MHz Intel 80286 CPU, was designed to be easy to set up and use. It featured 512 KB or 1 MB of memory, built-in modem (American models only) and an optional 30 MB hard disk. IBM also released a 5.25″ disk drive unit, a $169 ISA Adapter Card Unit (ACU)  to install third-party expansion cards, and a $995 CD-ROM drive, based on a Western Digital SCSI chip, that fit underneath the case. Some of the lower-end PS/1 models suffered from very limited expansion capabilities, since they lacked standard ISA expansion slots.
I got this computer from a friend that found it in a scrap yard in Satu Mare. The Monitor has the VGA and inlet cable cut and the keyboard as well. I will try to revive this beautiful machine at my best.
So far I was able to clean the keyboard and change the PS2 cable.
Also this is how the new connector and cable looks like. Important: Must replace the capacitor, this keyboards are known for the start-up issue because of the leaking capacitor!
THE COMPUTER MONITOR
This monitor had better days, as you can see below the wires had been cut in order to melt for copper. I found both the VGA and Power Supply pin-outs. (NOT AN EASY TASK). I am willing to share via email if any interest.
To be continued: