IBM gave the first PC? No, not at all.
what are you smokin jack?
Not only did IBM make the first PC, THEY INVENTED THE NAME “PC”!
now sit down.
I'm curious - can you find an earlier reference by IBM than the 1967 ad for the HP 911A personal computer? Or the Sphere 1 computer systems with integrated keyboards and displays in 1975? Interestingly, three months after Sphere started selling their assembled computers (previously available as a kit), IBM sold it's first 'PC', the 5100 PC, which stood for 'portable computer' - though 55 pounds, I think, is hardly considered 'portable.'
The IBM 5150 PC, or Personal Computer, was in 1981, four years after the Apple II, the Commodore PET and the Radio Shack TRS-80, all of which were a far cry cheaper and rather plentiful by the time IBM got into the game.
But thanks for playing!