What is a Macintosh?
An opening from the Macintosh 512Ke manual:
" You're about to learn a new way to use a computer. If this is your first experience with a computer, you're starting at a great time. If you've used "traditional" computers, you'll really appreciate the Macintosh difference. No more guessing what the computer wants. No more memorizing long commands with names only a programmer could love. With Macintosh, you're in charge.
Macintosh removes a lot of the mystery about using computers. Every action you take has an effect you can see - so you're always in control of what happens. And you don't have to keep tedious details in your head, because Macintosh keeps track of them for you. You're free to think about what you want to do rather than how to get your computer to do it. "
Simply - Macintosh is simple yet powerful.
The Macintosh startup screen - "Welcome to Macintosh"
The "classic" Macs:
Macintosh 512K Upgrade - turns your Macintosh 128K into a Mac 512K.
Macintosh Plus Upgrade Kits - turns your Macintosh 128K or 512K into a Plus.
Macintosh 512K ED
The expanded "classic" Macs:
Macintosh SE FDHD
Macintosh Classic II (Performa 200)
Macintosh Color Classic (Performa 250)
Macintosh Color Classic II (Performa 275)
iMac (the new classic Macs):
iMac (Including iMac DV and iMac DV SE)
Other Macintoshes covered by The Mac 512 User Group newsletters archive
Macintosh Centris 650
Power Macintosh 9500
PowerBook Duo 210/230
If you need other Macintosh model information - please see AppleSpec (Apple's specification pages).
Here is the inside of the Macintosh:
You see the back of the monitor, and the analog board on the right side. The floppy drive is under the monitor, and the logic board under the floppy drive. Be careful in there!
If this Macintosh had a hard drive, it would of been placed over the floppy drive.
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