Amstrad / Schneider PC1512D
This 1986 clone of an IBM XT is the first 'cheap' IBM-compatible computer in Europe. With merely £499 (£1,450 in 2019) you got a monochrome monitor (CGA compatible), 512KB memory and an Intel 8086 running at 8MHz.
Sold in Great Britain as the Amstrad, in the Netherlands and Germany (and possible other countries as well) as Schneider.
The disc station is a double density, meaning 360KB. The machine had options to buy it with either 10 or 20MB harddisk. Also, an expansion to a 1.2MB 5,25" drive was possible, as well as 640KB memory.
The power supply is fully integrated in the monitor, despite this monitor not attached to the system. Also, special is the knob to control the volume for the PC Speaker, something rarely found in IBM PC clones.