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The first portable version of the Mac. Introduced in 1989, it was essentially a fast Macintosh SE with a floppy disk and optional 40MB hard disk. The Portable had a 16 MHz Motorola 68000 CPU, 1MB of RAM and a monochrome LCD screen. Not terribly popular, the machine was heavy and cost USD $6,500. See MacBook, PowerBook, iBook and Macintosh.
The Macintosh Portable
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