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Apple Macintosh Original (128k)

Apple Macintosh Original (128k) The Apple Macintosh (128k) features an 8 MHz 68000 processor, 128k of RAM, and a 400k disk drive in a beige all-in-one case with a 9" monochrome display.

The Macintosh (128k) was the first relatively inexpensive computer to use a graphical user interface, 3.5" disks, a consistent look-and-feel among applications, and true WYSIWYG printing, all of which are taken for granted today. This computer started a different way of thinking, allowing the user to concentrate on working rather than struggling to get the computer to work.

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Source: EveryMac

Instances

Hostname Serial Number Status Case
colour
Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
- - -

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: January 24, 1984
Discontinued Date: October 1, 1985
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    *Models shipped starting September 10, 1984 were branded "Macintosh 128k," earlier models were simply branded "Macintosh."

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1984.
Processor Speed: 8 MHz
Processor Type: 68000
  • The original Mac has a 32-bit processor. It has a 16-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: N/A
FPU: N/A
System Bus Speed: 8 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 64k
L1 Cache: None
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: Built-in
Min. RAM Speed: N/A
Standard RAM: 128k
Maximum RAM: 512k
Motherboard RAM: 128k
RAM Slots: N/A
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: Built-in
Standard VRAM: N/A
Maximum VRAM: N/A
Built-in Display: 9" Monochrome
Native Resolution: 512x342
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: None
Int. HD Interface: N/A
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 400k (Manual)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: None
Expansion Bays: None
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Macintosh 128k
Apple Order No: N/A
Apple Subfamily: Original Macintosh
Apple Model No: M0001
Gestalt ID: 1
  • Also see: All Macs with the M0001 Model Number and 1 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 4.5V Alkaline
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 0.97
Supported Mac OS: 0.97-3.2
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 13.6 x 9.6 x 10.9
Avg. Weight: 16.5 lbs (7.5 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (34.5 cm, 24.4 cm, 27.7 cm).
Original Price (US): US$2495
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, the original Macintosh retains value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacWorld Magazine Ad).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh 512k

Apple Macintosh 512k The Apple Macintosh 512k features an 8 MHz 68000 processor, 512k of RAM, and a 400k disk drive in a beige all-in-one case with a 9" monochrome display. This model is identical to the previously released Macintosh 128k, except it is branded as "Macintosh 512k" on the rear, 512k of RAM is standard and the memory was not designed to be expanded further.

In its day, the Macintosh 512k was nicknamed the "Fat Mac" because of its relatively large amount of RAM.

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Instances

Hostname Serial Number Status Detail Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
H0000155 F50634LM0001WP - 220V M0001WP
H0000153 F5244XGM0001W - 110V M0001W

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: September 10, 1984
Discontinued Date: April 14, 1986
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1984.
Processor Speed: 8 MHz
Processor Type: 68000
  • This model has a 32-bit processor. It has a 16-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: N/A
FPU: N/A
System Bus Speed: 8 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 64k
L1 Cache: None
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: Built-in
Min. RAM Speed: N/A
Standard RAM: 512k
Maximum RAM: 512k
Motherboard RAM: 512k
RAM Slots: N/A
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: Built-in
Standard VRAM: N/A
Maximum VRAM: N/A
Built-in Display: 9" Monochrome
Native Resolution: 512x342
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: None
Int. HD Interface: N/A
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 400k (Manual)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: None
Expansion Bays: None
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Macintosh 128k
Apple Order No: N/A
Apple Subfamily: Macintosh 512k
Apple Model No: M0001W
Gestalt ID: 2
  • Also see: All Macs with the M0001W Model Number and 2 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 4.5V Alkaline
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 1.0
Supported Mac OS: 1.0-4.1
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 13.6 x 9.6 x 10.9
Avg. Weight: 16.5 lbs (7.5 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (34.5 cm, 24.4 cm, 27.7 cm).
Original Price (US): US$2795
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, it still may retain value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacWorld Magazine Ad).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh 512ke (ED)

Apple Macintosh 512ke (ED) The Apple Macintosh 512ke features an 8 MHz 68000 processor, 512k of RAM, and an 800k disk drive in a beige all-in-one case with a 9" monochrome display.

This model is quite similar to the previously released Macintosh 512k, except that the 512ke supports higher density 800k disks and has the same 128k ROM as the Macintosh Plus. However, the Macintosh 512ke was intended to be a "lower-end" version of the Macintosh Plus, and likewise, lacks SCSI support and RAM expansion.

For the education-only market, the Macintosh 512ke was later branded as the "Macintosh ED."

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status Detail Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
H0000157 F63388TM0001ED - M0001ED

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: April 14, 1986
Discontinued Date: September 1, 1987
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1986.
Processor Speed: 8 MHz
Processor Type: 68000
  • This model has a 32-bit processor. It has a 16-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: N/A
FPU: N/A
System Bus Speed: 8 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 128k
L1 Cache: None
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: Built-in
Min. RAM Speed: N/A
Standard RAM: 512k
Maximum RAM: 512k
Motherboard RAM: 512k
RAM Slots: N/A
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: Built-in
Standard VRAM: N/A
Maximum VRAM: N/A
Built-in Display: 9" Monochrome
Native Resolution: 512x342
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: None
Int. HD Interface: N/A
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 800k (Manual)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: None
Expansion Bays: None
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Macintosh 128k
Apple Order No: N/A
Apple Subfamily: Macintosh 512ke
Apple Model No: M0001E
Gestalt ID: 3
  • The original Macintosh 512ke has model number M0001E on its back, whereas later models for the education market, branded Macintosh ED on the front, have model number M0001D or M0001ED on the back.

    Also see: All Macs with the M0001E* Model Number and 3 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 4.5V Alkaline
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 1.0
Supported Mac OS: 1.0-6.0.8
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 13.6 x 9.6 x 10.9
Avg. Weight: 16.5 lbs (7.5 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (34.5 cm, 24.4 cm, 27.7 cm).
Original Price (US): US$2000
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, it still may retain value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacWorld Magazine Ad).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh XL

Apple Macintosh XL The Apple Macintosh XL features a 5 MHz 68000 processor, 1 MB of RAM, a 400k disk drive, and the option of a 10 MB hard drive in a huge, 48-pound, beige all-in-one case with a 12" monochrome display.

For all practical purposes, the Macintosh XL is basically a reincarnation of the Apple Lisa, the poor-selling predecessor of the Macintosh, with pre-installed "MacWorks XL" Macintosh emulation software.

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status Case
colour
Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
- - -

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: January 1, 1985
Discontinued Date: August 1, 1986
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1985.
Processor Speed: 5 MHz
Processor Type: 68000
  • This model has a 32-bit processor. It has a 16-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: N/A
FPU: N/A
System Bus Speed: 5 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 16k
L1 Cache: None
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: Lisa DRAM Card
Min. RAM Speed: N/A
Standard RAM: 512k
Maximum RAM: 2 MB
Motherboard RAM: None
RAM Slots: 2
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: Built-in
Standard VRAM: N/A
Maximum VRAM: N/A
Built-in Display: 12" Monochrome
Native Resolution: 720x364
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: None, 10 MB
Int. HD Interface: N/A
  • The Macintosh XL was offered with a proprietary 10 MB "Widget" hard drive.
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 400k (Manual)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: 3 Lisa
Expansion Bays: None
  • If a "Widget" hard drive was installed.
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Lisa
Apple Order No: N/A
Apple Subfamily: Macintosh XL
Apple Model No: N/A
Gestalt ID: 2
  • Also see: All Macs with the N/A Model Number and 2 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: N/A
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: MacWorks
Supported Mac OS: MacWorks
  • The Macintosh XL emulates the Mac System using "MacWorks" software. The original version of the MacWorks emulator ran System 1.1 through 6.03, and subsequent releases supported up to System 7.5.5.
Dimensions: 15.2 x 18.7 x 13.8
Avg. Weight: 48.0 lbs (21.8 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (38.6 cm, 47.5 cm, 31.5 cm).
Original Price (US): US$9995
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, it still may retain value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc.

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh Plus & Plus (ED)

Apple Macintosh Plus (ED) The Apple Macintosh Plus features an 8 MHz 68000 processor, 1 MB of RAM, and an 800k disk drive in a beige or platinum all-in-one case with a 9" monochrome display.

The Macintosh Plus was the first Macintosh to have a double-density 800k disk drive, a SCSI port to allow external expansion, and RAM slots to allow the RAM to be expanded beyond the pre-installed limit.

A model for the education-only market was branded "Macintosh Plus ED."

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status Detail Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
H0000017 E95013AM5880X - Macintosh Plus M5880X
H0000020 F6403B2M0001AP - 220V M0001AP
H0000147 E02405NM5880X - M5880X
H0000148 E006151M5880X - M5880X
H0000149 F6411JXM0001AP - 220V M0001AP
H0000160 F6403AWM0001AP - 220V M0001AP

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: January 16, 1986
Discontinued Date: October 15, 1990
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1986.
Processor Speed: 8 MHz
Processor Type: 68000
  • This model has a 32-bit processor. It has a 16-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: N/A
FPU: N/A
System Bus Speed: 8 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 128k
L1 Cache: None
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: 30-pin SIMM
Min. RAM Speed: 150 ns
Standard RAM: 1 MB
Maximum RAM: 4 MB
Motherboard RAM: None
RAM Slots: 4
  • RAM must be installed in equal pairs.
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: Built-in
Standard VRAM: N/A
Maximum VRAM: N/A
Built-in Display: 9" Monochrome
Native Resolution: 512x342
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: None
Int. HD Interface: N/A
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 800k (Auto)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: None
Expansion Bays: None
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Macintosh 128k
Apple Order No: M2503
Apple Subfamily: Macintosh Plus
  • M2503 is the order number for the standard configuration with an 800k floppy disk drive.
Apple Model No: M0001A
Gestalt ID: 4
  • Also see: All Macs with the M0001A Model Number and 4 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 4.5V Alkaline
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 3.0
Supported Mac OS: 3.0-6.0.8, 7.0-7.5.1, 7.5.3-7.5.5
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 13.6 x 9.6 x 10.9
Avg. Weight: 16.5 lbs (7.5 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (34.5 cm, 24.4 cm, 27.7 cm).
Original Price (US): US$2599
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, it still may retain value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacWorld Magazine Ad).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh SE

Apple Macintosh SE The Apple Macintosh SE features an 8 MHz 68000 processor, 1 MB or 2 MB of RAM, and either dual 800k disk drives or one 800k disk drive and a 20 MB or 40 MB hard drive in a compact all-in-one case with a 9" monochrome display.

Most notably, the Macintosh SE was the first Macintosh to offer an internal hard drive as well as a customized PDS expansion slot for other options.

For additional information on the Macintosh SE, also check out the excellent Macintosh SE Support Pages.

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status Detail Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
H0000016 F7085BHM5010 -
H0000163 F74086SM5011 -
H0000165 F8231FRM5011 -
H0000169 F80238YM5011 - M5011

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: March 2, 1987
Discontinued Date: August 1, 1989
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1987.
Processor Speed: 8 MHz
Processor Type: 68000
  • This model has a 32-bit processor. It has a 16-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: Third-Party
FPU: N/A
System Bus Speed: 8 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 256k
L1 Cache: None
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: 30-pin SIMM
Min. RAM Speed: 150 ns
Standard RAM: 1 MB, 2 MB
Maximum RAM: 4 MB
Motherboard RAM: None
RAM Slots: 4
  • RAM must be installed in equal pairs.
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: Built-in
Standard VRAM: N/A
Maximum VRAM: N/A
Built-in Display: 9" Monochrome
Native Resolution: 512x342
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: 20 MB, 40 MB
Int. HD Interface: SCSI
  • Offered with an internal 20 MB or 40 MB SCSI hard drive and a single 800k floppy drives or two 800k floppy drives.
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 800k (Auto) (x2)
  • All configurations had at least one 800k floppy drive. Two 800k floppy drives standard in M5900 configuration.
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: SE PDS
Expansion Bays: None
  • Both bays occupied by default, but if configured with dual 800k disk drives, one could be replaced with an internal 3.5" hard drive.
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Macintosh SE
Apple Order No: M5900
Apple Subfamily: Macintosh SE
  • M5900 refers to the configuration with 1 MB of RAM and two 800k floppy disk drives. M5910 is refers to the configuration with 1 MB of RAM, a single 800k floppy drive, and a 20 MB hard drive and M5355 refers to the configuration with 2 MB of RAM, a single 800k floppy drive, and a 40 MB hard drive.
Apple Model No: M5010
Gestalt ID: 5
  • Please note that these identifiers refer to more than one model.

    Also see: All Macs with the M5010 Model Number and 5 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 3.6V Lithium
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 3.3
Supported Mac OS: 3.3-7.5.1, 7.5.3-7.5.5
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 13.6 x 9.69 x 10.9
Avg. Weight: 17.0 lbs (7.7 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (34.5 cm, 24.6 cm, 27.7 cm).
Original Price (US): US$2900, US$3900
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, it still may retain value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacUser Magazine Ad).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh SE FDHD

Apple Macintosh SE FDHD The Apple Macintosh SE FDHD features an 8 MHz 68000 processor, 1 MB of RAM, and either a 20 MB or 40 MB hard drive in a compact all-in-one case with a 9" monochrome display.

Most notably, the Macintosh SE FDHD was the first compact monochrome Macintosh to offer a high-density 1.44 MB "SuperDrive" disk drive as well as a customized PDS expansion slot.

Originally the Macintosh SE could use only Single Sided Double Density (SSDD) (400 KB) and Double Sided Double Density (DSDD) (800 KB) formatted floppy disks. In August 1989, Apple introduced the Macintosh SE FDHD with the new SuperDrive, a floppy disk drive that could handle 1.4 MB High Density (HD) floppy disks. Originally marketed as FDHD (Floppy Disk High Density"), later some Macintosh SE FDHDs were labeled Macintosh SE Superdrive, to conform to Apple's marketing change with respect to their new drive. HD floppies would become the de facto standard on both the Macintosh and PC computers from then on. An upgrade kit was sold for the original Macintosh SE which included new ROM chips and a new disk controller chip, to replace the originals.

For additional information on the Macintosh SE, also check out the excellent Macintosh SE Support Pages.

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Useful links
Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status Detail Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
H0000161 N/A - FDHD
H0000018 E0260AAM0062X - SuperDrive M0062X

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: August 1, 1989
Discontinued Date: October 15, 1990
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1989.
Processor Speed: 8 MHz
Processor Type: 68000
  • This model has a 32-bit processor. It has a 16-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: Third-Party
FPU: N/A
System Bus Speed: 8 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 256k
L1 Cache: None
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: 30-pin SIMM
Min. RAM Speed: 150 ns
Standard RAM: 1 MB
Maximum RAM: 4 MB
Motherboard RAM: None
RAM Slots: 4
  • RAM must be installed in equal pairs.
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: Built-in
Standard VRAM: N/A
Maximum VRAM: N/A
Built-in Display: 9" Monochrome
Native Resolution: 512x342
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: 20 MB, 40 MB
Int. HD Interface: SCSI
  • Offered with either a 20 MB or 40 MB internal SCSI hard drive.
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 1.44 MB (Auto)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: SE PDS
Expansion Bays: None
  • Two front-facing 3.5" drive bays occupied by default with a 1.44 MB disk drive and a hard drive, respectively.
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Macintosh SE
Apple Order No: N/A
Apple Subfamily: Macintosh SE FDHD
Apple Model No: M5011
Gestalt ID: 5
  • Also see: All Macs with the M5011 Model Number and 5 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 3.6V Lithium
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 3.3
Supported Mac OS: 3.3-7.5.1, 7.5.3-7.5.5
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 13.6 x 9.69 x 10.9
Avg. Weight: 17.0 lbs (7.7 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (34.5 cm, 24.6 cm, 27.7 cm).
Original Price (US): US$3700
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, it still may retain value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacUser Magazine Ad).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh SE/30

Apple Macintosh SE/30 The Apple Macintosh SE/30 features a 16 MHz 68030 processor, 1 MB or 4 MB of RAM, and the option of a 40 MB or 80 MB hard drive -- standard in M5390 and M5361 configurations -- in a compact all-in-one case with a 9" monochrome display.

In basic terms, the SE/30 is a Macintosh IIx in the same small all-in-one housing as the Macintosh SE. Like the earlier Macintosh SE, the SE/30 has a PDS expansion slot rather than the NuBus slots introduced by the Macintosh II line.

The SE/30 is the fastest and most expandable monochrome compact Mac and is considered by many fans of Apple hardware to be the best Mac of all time.

For additional information on the Macintosh SE/30, also check out the excellent Macintosh SE Support Pages.

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status Detail Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
H0000162 E9270FEM5359X -
H0000164 E93210UM5359X -
H0000167 F9405KNK02 -
H0000166 E0140DNM5361X -
- E0201E2A0012X -

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: January 19, 1989
Discontinued Date: October 21, 1991
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1989.
Processor Speed: 16 MHz
Processor Type: 68030
  • The Macintosh SE/30 has a 32-bit processor and a 32-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: Third-Party
FPU: 68882
System Bus Speed: 16 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 256k
  • The Macintosh SE/30 ROM is "32-bit dirty."
L1 Cache: 0.5k
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: 30-pin SIMM
Min. RAM Speed: 120 ns
Standard RAM: 1 MB, 4 MB
Maximum RAM: 128 MB
  • The ROM is "32-bit dirty" and requires the usage of 32-bit addressing and the MODE32 system extension or a ROM swap from a Macintosh IIsi or Macintosh IIfx to use 128 MB of RAM. With the default SE/30 ROM, which only supports 24-bit addressing, the SE/30 is limited to 8 MB of RAM using eight 1 MB SIMMs.

    Also see: Actual Max RAM of All G3 & Later Macs.
Motherboard RAM: None
RAM Slots: 8
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: Built-in
Standard VRAM: 64k
Maximum VRAM: 64k
Built-in Display: 9" Monochrome
Native Resolution: 512x342
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: 40 MB, 80 MB
Int. HD Interface: SCSI
  • Offered with either a 40 MB or 80 MB internal SCSI hard drive. The M5392 configuration shipped without a hard drive.
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 1.44 MB (Auto)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: SE PDS
Expansion Bays: None
  • Two front-facing 3.5" drive bays occupied by default with a 1.44 MB disk drive and a hard drive, respectively. There is no external "slot" for a second disk drive.
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Macintosh SE
Apple Order No: M5392
Apple Subfamily: Macintosh SE/30
  • M5392 refers to the configuration with 1 MB of RAM and a 1.44 MB floppy disk drive. M5390 refers to the configuration with 1 MB of RAM, a 1.44 MB floppy drive, and a 40 MB hard drive. M5361 refers to the configuration with 4 MB of RAM, a 1.44 MB floppy drive, and an 80 MB hard drive.
Apple Model No: M5119
Gestalt ID: 9
  • Also see: All Macs with the M5119 Model Number and 9 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 3.6V Lithium
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 6.0.3
Supported Mac OS: 6.0.3-7.5.1, 7.5.3-7.5.5
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 13.6 x 9.69 x 10.9
Avg. Weight: 19.5 lbs (8.8 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (34.5 cm, 24.6 cm, 27.7 cm).
Original Price (US): US$6500
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, it still may retain value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacUser Magazine Ad).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh Classic

Apple Macintosh Classic Redesigned essentially as a more modern, and less expensive, interpretation of the Macintosh Plus, the Apple Macintosh Classic features an 8 MHz 68000 processor, 1 MB of 2 MB of RAM and either a 1.44 MB disk drive or a 1.44 MB disk drive and a 40 MB hard drive in a sleek, compact all-in-one case with a 9" monochrome display.

Although it was slow for its day, the Macintosh Classic notably was the first Mac to sell starting just under US$1000.

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status Detail Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
H0000133 E117S8XM0421X - M0421X
H0000156 SG20403YD11 -
H0000230 E037035M0435X - M0435X

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: October 15, 1990
Discontinued Date: September 14, 1992
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1990.
Processor Speed: 8 MHz
Processor Type: 68000
  • This model has a 32-bit processor. It has a 16-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: N/A
FPU: N/A
System Bus Speed: 8 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 512k
L1 Cache: None
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: 30-pin SIMM
Min. RAM Speed: 120 ns
Standard RAM: 1 MB, 2 MB
Maximum RAM: 4 MB
  • For more than the 1 MB of onboard RAM, a Classic-specific "Memory Expansion Card" is required. This expansion card has an additional 1 MB onboard and two SIMM slots for memory expansion.

    Also see: Actual Max RAM of All G3 & Later Macs.
Motherboard RAM: 1 MB
RAM Slots: 2
  • Two RAM slots provided by the "Memory Expansion Card." SIMMs must be installed in pairs on this card.
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: Built-in
Standard VRAM: N/A
Maximum VRAM: N/A
Built-in Display: 9" Monochrome
Native Resolution: 512x342
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: None, 40 MB
Int. HD Interface: SCSI
  • Could be configured with a 40 MB SCSI internal hard drive. Hard drive standard on M0435LL/A configuration.
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 1.44 MB (Auto)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: None
Expansion Bays: None
  • If configured without an internal hard drive, one internal 3.5" bay is available.
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Macintosh Classic
Apple Order No: M0421LL/A
Apple Subfamily: Macintosh Classic
  • M0421LL/A is configured with 1 MB of RAM and a 1.44 MB floppy disk. The standard configuration with 2 MB of RAM and a 40 MB hard drive was assigned order number M0435LL/A.
Apple Model No: M0420, M1420
Gestalt ID: 17
  • Also see: All Macs with the M0420, M1420 Model Number and 17 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 3.6V Lithium
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 6.0.7
Supported Mac OS: 6.0.7-7.5.1, 7.5.3-7.5.5
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 13.2 x 9.7 x 11.2
Avg. Weight: 16.0 lbs (7.3 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (35.5 cm, 24.6 cm, 28.4 cm).
Original Price (US): US$999, US$1499
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, it still may retain value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacUser Magazine Ad).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh Classic II

Apple Macintosh Classic II The Apple Macintosh Classic II looks nearly identical to the original Macintosh Classic that came before it, but the successor is significantly more powerful. It features a 16 MHz 68030 processor, 2 MB of RAM, and either a 40 MB or an 80 MB hard drive in a sleek, compact all-in-one case with a 9" monochrome display.

The consumer version of the Classic II is the Performa 200.

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status Case
colour
Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
H0000132 SG235014D25 -
H0000158 SG32909ZD25 -
H0000159 SG3200XPD24 -
H0000178 SG2250HGD25 -

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: October 21, 1991
Discontinued Date: September 13, 1993
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1991.
Processor Speed: 16 MHz
Processor Type: 68030
  • This model has a 32-bit processor. It has a 16-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: N/A
FPU: None
  • The Macintosh Classic II has a proprietary internal expansion slot designed for an FPU co-processor, but Apple never released one.
System Bus Speed: 16 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 512k
L1 Cache: 0.5k
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: 30-pin SIMM
Min. RAM Speed: 100 ns
Standard RAM: 2 MB
Maximum RAM: 10 MB
Motherboard RAM: 2 MB
RAM Slots: 2
  • RAM must be installed in equal pairs.
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: Built-in
Standard VRAM: N/A
Maximum VRAM: N/A
Built-in Display: 9" Monochrome
Native Resolution: 512x342
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: 40 MB, 80 MB
Int. HD Interface: SCSI
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 1.44 MB (Auto)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: None
Expansion Bays: None
  • Although it is not a general expansion slot, the Classic II has a proprietary internal expansion slot intended for an FPU co-processor.
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Macintosh Classic
Apple Order No: M1540LL/A
Apple Subfamily: Macintosh Classic II
  • M1540LL/A refers to the Classic II with 2 MB of RAM and a 40 MB hard drive. Configured with 4 MB of RAM and a 40 MB or 80 MB hard drive, the order numbers are M1543LL/A and M1542LL/A, respectively.
Apple Model No: M4150
Gestalt ID: 23
  • Also see: All Macs with the M4150 Model Number and 23 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 3.6V Lithium
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 6.0.8L
Supported Mac OS: 7.0.1-7.5.1, 7.5.3-7.6.1
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 13.2 x 9.7 x 11.2
Avg. Weight: 16.0 lbs (7.3 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (35.5 cm, 24.6 cm, 28.4 cm).
Original Price (US): US$1900, US$2400
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, it still may retain value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacUser Magazine Ad).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh Color Classic

Apple Macintosh Color Classic The much loved Apple Macintosh Color Classic features a 16 MHz 68030 processor, 4 MB of RAM, and either a 40 MB, an 80 MB, or a 160 MB hard drive in a sleek, compact all-in-one case with a 10" color display.

The consumer version of the Color Classic is the Performa 250.

For additional information on the Color Classic, also check out the excellent Colo(u)r Classic FAQ website.

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status Case
colour
Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
H0000134 SG3175BGC2J -
H0000446 SG31939SC2G -

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: February 10, 1993
Discontinued Date: May 16, 1994
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1993.
Processor Speed: 16 MHz
Processor Type: 68030
  • This model has a 32-bit processor. It has a 16-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: Third-Party
FPU: 68882 (Optional)
System Bus Speed: 16 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 1 MB
L1 Cache: 0.5k
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: 30-pin SIMM
Min. RAM Speed: 100 ns
Standard RAM: 4 MB
Maximum RAM: 10 MB
Motherboard RAM: 4 MB
RAM Slots: 2
  • RAM must be installed in equal pairs.
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: 256k VRAM SIMM
Standard VRAM: 256k
Maximum VRAM: 512k
  • 256k of VRAM built-in, expandable to 512k with 256k VRAM SIMM.
Built-in Display: 10" Color
Native Resolution: 512x384
  • 10" Sony Trinitron RGB Display.
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: 40, 80, 160 MB
Int. HD Interface: SCSI
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 1.44 MB (Auto)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: LC PDS
Expansion Bays: None
  • Note that the LC PDS expansion slot is not compatible with the SE PDS expansion slot.
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Color Classic
Apple Order No: M1601LL/A
Apple Subfamily: Color Classic
  • M1601LL/A refers to the Color Classic with 4 MB of RAM and a 40 MB hard drive. Configured with the same amount of RAM, but an 80 MB or 160 MB hard drive, order numbers are M1602LL/A and M1605LL/A, respectively.
Apple Model No: M1600
Gestalt ID: 49
  • Also see: All Macs with the M1600 Model Number and 49 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 3.6V Lithium
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 7.1
Supported Mac OS: 7.1-7.5.1, 7.5.3-7.6.1
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 14.5 x 9.9 x 12.6
Avg. Weight: 22.5 lbs (10.2 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (36.8 cm, 25.1 cm, 32 cm).
Original Price (US): US$1400
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, the Color Classic still retains value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacUser Magazine, January 1994).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh Color Classic II

Apple Macintosh Color Classic II The Apple Macintosh Color Classic II -- sold in Japan, Canada, and Europe -- features a 33 MHz 68030 processor, 4 MB or 8 MB of RAM, and either an 80 MB or a 160 MB hard drive in a sleek, compact all-in-one case with a 10" color display.

The consumer version of the Color Classic II is the Performa 275, which also only was sold outside of the United States.

For additional information on the Color Classic II, also check out the excellent Colo(u)r Classic FAQ website.

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status Case
colour
Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
- - -

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: October 1, 1993
Discontinued Date: May 1, 1994
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1993.
Processor Speed: 33 MHz
Processor Type: 68030
  • This model has a 32-bit processor and a 32-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: Third-Party
FPU: 68882 (Optional)
System Bus Speed: 33 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 1 MB
L1 Cache: 0.5k
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: 72-pin SIMM
Min. RAM Speed: 80 ns
Standard RAM: 4 MB, 8 MB
Maximum RAM: 36 MB
Motherboard RAM: 4 MB
RAM Slots: 1
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: 256k VRAM SIMM
Standard VRAM: 256k
Maximum VRAM: 512k
  • 256k of VRAM built-in, expandable to 512k with 256k VRAM SIMM.
Built-in Display: 10" Color
Native Resolution: 512x384
  • 10" Sony Trinitron RGB Display.
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: 80 MB, 160 MB
Int. HD Interface: SCSI
Standard Optical: None
Standard Disk: 1.44 MB (Auto)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: LC PDS
Expansion Bays: None
  • Note that the LC PDS expansion slot is not compatible with the SE PDS expansion slot.
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Color Classic
Apple Order No: M2158J/A
Apple Subfamily: Color Classic II
  • This order number specifically refers to the Color Classic II configured with 8 MB of RAM and a 160 MB hard drive and sold in Japan. Order numbers in other countries differed.
Apple Model No: M1600
Gestalt ID: 83
  • Also see: All Macs with the M1600 Model Number and 83 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 3.6V Lithium
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 7.1
Supported Mac OS: 7.1-7.5.1, 7.5.3-7.6.1
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 14.5 x 9.9 x 12.6
Avg. Weight: 22.5 lbs (10.2 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (36.8 cm, 25.1 cm, 32 cm).
Original Price (US): US$1500
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, the Color Classic II still retains value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacUser Magazine, January 1994).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

Apple Macintosh TV

Apple Macintosh TV The Apple Macintosh TV, not to be confused with the modern Apple TV, features a 32 MHz 68030 processor, 5 MB of RAM, a 160 MB hard drive, and an integrated TV tuner in a stylish, black all-in-one case with a 14" color display.

The Mac TV is unique both for being the first Macintosh with built-in television capabilities and for being the first, and only, black desktop Macintosh to ship in North America.

Please note that EveryMac.com has categorized the Macintosh TV as a "Classic" Mac for convenience even though it is not branded as a "Classic" model. Essentially, the Macintosh TV is not a member of a "proper" family. However, as it is related to the LC 520 and Performa 520, some have indicated by e-mail they prefer to consider it a member of the LC or Performa family, although it is not branded as an LC or Performa model, either.

To purchase or upgrade a vintage Mac -- and newer Macs -- see site sponsor OHS.

Source: EveryMac

Instances
Hostname Serial Number Status Case
colour
Order
Number
Model
Number
Model
Identification
- - -

Technical Specifications

Introduction Date: October 25, 1993
Discontinued Date: February 1, 1995
  • The "Introduction Date" refers to the date a model was introduced via press release. The "Discontinued Date" refers to the date a model either was replaced by a subsequent system or production otherwise ended.

    Also see: All Macs introduced in 1993.
Processor Speed: 32 MHz
Processor Type: 68030
  • This model has a 32-bit processor and a 32-bit data path.
Processor Upgrade: N/A
FPU: N/A
System Bus Speed: 16 MHz
Cache Bus Speed: N/A
ROM Type: Macintosh ROM
ROM Size: 1 MB
L1 Cache: 0.5k
L2 Cache: N/A
RAM Type: 72-pin SIMM
Min. RAM Speed: 80 ns
Standard RAM: 5 MB
Maximum RAM: 8 MB
Motherboard RAM: 4 MB
RAM Slots: 1
Video Card: Integrated
VRAM Type: Built-in (80 ns)
Standard VRAM: 512k
Maximum VRAM: 512k
Built-in Display: 14" Color
Native Resolution: 640x480
  • 14" Sony Trinitron RGB Display.
2nd Display Support: N/A
2nd Max. Resolution: N/A
Standard Hard Drive: 160 MB
Int. HD Interface: SCSI
Standard Optical: 2X CD-ROM
Standard Disk: 1.44 MB (Manual)
Standard Modem: None
Standard Ethernet: None
Expansion Slots: None
Expansion Bays: None
Case Type: All-in-One
Form Factor: Macintosh LC 520
Apple Order No: N/A
Apple Subfamily: Macintosh TV
Apple Model No: M1580
Gestalt ID: 88
  • Also see: All Macs with the M1580 Model Number and 88 Gestalt ID.

    For more about identifiers and how to locate them on modern Macs, please refer to EveryMac.com's Mac Identification section.
Battery Type: 3.6V Lithium
Battery Life: N/A
Original Mac OS: 7.1
Supported Mac OS: 7.1-7.5.1, 7.5.3-7.6.1
  • Earlier and later versions of the Macintosh System/Finder and Mac OS are not supported.

    For systems capable of running older versions of the Mac OS -- as well as modern ones -- please see site sponsor OHS. OHS specializes in heavily upgraded Macs capable of running both Mac OS X and Mac OS 9 applications.
Dimensions: 17.9 x 13.5 x 16.5
Avg. Weight: 40.5 lbs (18.4 kg)
  • In inches - height by width by depth, (45.5 cm, 34.3 cm, 41.9 cm).
Original Price (US): US$2079
Est. Current Retail: N/A
  • As a collector's item, the Macintosh TV still retains value.

    Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc. (MacUser Magazine, January 1994).

Source: Apple, EveryMac

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