Less than 2 years later, I bought a Commodore 64 - I believe late 1984 or early 1985. "38911 Basic Bytes Free". I eventually equipped it with a 1541 floppy disk drive, a 1670 modem (1200bps) and a non-Commodore dot matrix printer. I used that Commodore 64 during my last year of high school and, later, through my college career. It was quite the workhorse.
In 1992, I bought my first "PC compatible" computer, a Packard Bell that had a 386 SX-20 processor, 130mb hard drive and, I think, 512k RAM. It also had 5-1/4" and 3.5" floppy drives and I put in a 1200bps modem. It had a 14" monitor which I still used for my nearly-headless NAS server until about 2016, when I decided I wanted more desktop real estate. If you put that monitor into 1024x768 @60Hz, your eyes would explode from the jitter.