INITIAL PRICE: 999 USD
The Macintosh Classic is a personal computer manufactured by Apple Inc.
The Classic was an adaptation of Jerry Manock‘s and Terry Oyama’s 1984 Macintosh 128K industrial design, as had been the earlier Macintosh SE. Apple released two versions that ranged in price from $1,000 to $1,500. Reviewer reactions were mixed; most focused on the slow processor performance and lack of expansion slots. The consensus was that the Classic was only useful for word processing, spreadsheets and databases. The price and the availability of education software led to the Classic’s popularity in education. It was sold alongside the more powerful Macintosh Classic II in 1991 until its discontinuation the next year.
Memory: 2 mB RAM standard up to 4mB via expansion port
Drive: 40 mB HDD
|STORAGE||40 mB SCSI HDD branded as Apple, 1.44 FDD.|
|GRAPHICS||9 inch Monochrome display|
|POWER||Original AC Power Adapter, no NiCd Battery pack|
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|Dimensions and WEIGHT||13.2 x 9.7 x 11.2 inch, 7.3 kg|