The Macintosh (/ˈmækᵻntɒʃ/ MAK-in-tosh; (branded as Mac since 1998) is a
series of personal computers (PCs) designed, developed, and marketed by
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May 7, 2016 ... The Macintosh computer was released in January of 1984, with 128K RAM of
memory. It quickly became obvious that this was insufficient, ...
Essentials. Family: Classic Macs. Codename: Macintosh. Gestalt ID: 1. Minimum
OS: 1.0. Maximum OS: System 3.2/Finder 5.3. Introduced: January 1984.
On January 24, 1984, Apple announced the Macintosh to its Board of Directors –
and to the world. The tiny computer was a radical departure from the large Lisa ...
Introduced in January 1984 (along with a revised Lisa), this Macintosh didn't
have a model number – it was simply the Macintosh. There was no name on the ...
The Macintosh (often called the Mac), introduced in 1984 by Apple Computer,
was the first widely-sold personal computer with a graphical user interface (GUI).
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.
A popular model of computer made by Apple Computer. Introduced in 1984, the
Macintosh features a graphical user interface (GUI) that utilizes windows, icons, ...
The Macintosh can be considered the very first commercially successful
computer to use a GUI (Graphical User Interface). It was, however, not the first