The back of this old Mac says “Macintosh Plus 1Mb.” The system profiler shows that there are 4mb installed. It is still quite a capable machine despite not having a hard drive.
I am diligently searching for the education market version entitled the “Macintosh ED.”
The latest addition to the Macintosh Preservation is a Performa 200. The hardware is identical to the Classic II, only the branding is different.
The most fragile of the toaster Macs in the Macintosh Preservation. The capacitors on the logic board of the Macintosh SE/30 need to be replaced. I would like to get it renovated. It is a powerhorse that outperforms the other toaster Macs.
“Steve Jobs descended to the base of Mt. Yerba Buena and unveiled the tablet to the gathered unwashed masses…”
Drawn on a Newton MessagePad 2100 broadcasting the screen via NewtVNC.
Any similarity to biblical canon is purely coincidental.
Originally a broken Powerbook G4 purchased from a Craigslist listing for $15. A $6 cable and a few hours of tenacity brought this titanium beauty back to life. I just can’t stand letting one of these beauties of industrial design be relegated to the trash heap.
I’m hoping that it finds a new home through eBay. My Macintosh collection focuses on computers with the retro rainbow-colored Apple logo.
The PowerPC is dead. Long live PowerPC.
You can expect mayhem when the Sharpie marker and fake accents come out to play at the local establishments.