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Klicka för fler bilderApple Macintosh LC II

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1992.

This is the next low cost computer in LC-series and perhaps the most affordable ever. Apple made a little mistake when they don't made use of the full capacity of the 32-bit processor, Motorola MC 68030. Internally, it could have been quicker than the 16-bit data as it used. A thing that not many knew was that Apple Macintosh Performa 400, 405, 410 and 430 actually is the same machine as the Macintosh LC II, but with slightly different hardware, software and shell.

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Former owner: Kurt Karlsson, Umeå

Technical data

 
Year 1992
Origin USA
Manufacturer Apple
Name Macintosh LC II
CPU Motorola MC 68030
Speed 16 Mhz
OS 7.0.1
ROM 512 KB
RAM 4 MB
I/O ports Monitor, printer, modem, SCSI, keyboard/mouse, speaker, microphone, 3 pt 8-bit ISA slots
Text modes  
Graphic modes  
Colour  
Sound Mono 8 bit
Built in 3½" disk drive
Power supply Built-in