An Abridged History of the Mac          Computer
The Mac I was the first Mac computer to feature a mouse and successfully use a graphical user interface, rather         th...
The Macintosh II was powered by 16 MHz Motorola 68020 processor and had color QuickDraw in ROM, a colorversion of the grap...
The Macintosh Portable was Apple’sfirst battery-powered Macintosh. Itwas available from 1989 to 1991 and  could run System...
The Macintosh Classic, Apple’s early1990s budget model. It also looks very        similar to the Mac I.              Macin...
The PowerBook 100 (pictured below), 140 and 170 introduced a line of professional laptopMacs. They pioneered notebook ergo...
The original “Bondi Blue” iMac G3. Introduced in 1998,   it led Apple’s return to profitability. However, the associated m...
The MacBook Pro was the first Macnotebook to use an Intel processor. It  was released at Macworld 2006 in                2...
The Mac mini is a small form factor desktop computer. At 7.7 inches (20cm) square and 1.4 inches (3.6 cm) tall and weighin...
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  1. 1. An Abridged History of the Mac Computer
  2. 2. The Mac I was the first Mac computer to feature a mouse and successfully use a graphical user interface, rather than a command line. Mac I
  3. 3. The Macintosh II was powered by 16 MHz Motorola 68020 processor and had color QuickDraw in ROM, a colorversion of the graphics language which was the heart of the machine. Macintosh II
  4. 4. The Macintosh Portable was Apple’sfirst battery-powered Macintosh. Itwas available from 1989 to 1991 and could run System 6 and System 7 Macintosh Portable Operating System 7
  5. 5. The Macintosh Classic, Apple’s early1990s budget model. It also looks very similar to the Mac I. Macintosh Classic
  6. 6. The PowerBook 100 (pictured below), 140 and 170 introduced a line of professional laptopMacs. They pioneered notebook ergonomics by placing the keyboard behind the palm rest. PowerBook 100
  7. 7. The original “Bondi Blue” iMac G3. Introduced in 1998, it led Apple’s return to profitability. However, the associated mouse called “hockey puck” proved to be one of consumers’ least favorite Apple products and was discontinued in 2000. “Bondi Blue” iMac G3 “hockey puck” Apple USB Mouse
  8. 8. The MacBook Pro was the first Macnotebook to use an Intel processor. It was released at Macworld 2006 in 2006. MacBook Pro
  9. 9. The Mac mini is a small form factor desktop computer. At 7.7 inches (20cm) square and 1.4 inches (3.6 cm) tall and weighing only 2.7 pounds (1.2kg) it isone of the smallest and most portable desktop computers anywhere. Because of its portability, the Mac mini is marketed with the acronym BYODKM (BringYour Own Display, Keyboard and Mouse). The Mac mini can also be used as a home theater device alternative to the Apple TV Mac mini
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