[ stani-pani @ 15.01.2006. 20:33 ] @
1. Prototype #001


Motorola 68000 @ 7.83 MHz
1.4 MB floppy drive
20MB hard drive
System 7.1
Modem Hayes 2400 Bauds
Internet-Ready (email only)


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[ stani-pani @ 15.01.2006. 20:39 ] @
2. Ze PowerSuitcase


Based on a Macintosh Quadra 700 from Apple Computers, and upgraded to PowerPC with a Sonnet Presto PPC Card (PPC-601 @ 100 MHz), it is fitted in the sturdy metal case of a Smith-Corona Typewriter. 20 MB ram and 2 MB vram (millions of colors at up to 832x624)


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[ stani-pani @ 15.01.2006. 20:44 ] @
3. Ze Cube


Presenting Ze Cube : a vintage computer (the Macintosh Classic II) miraculously engineered into a stunning ten-inch crystal-clear cube.

Ze Cube comes ready for action with the Motorola 68030 processor running at 16MHz, 10MB of high performance RAM, and a capacious 80MB hard disk drive you actually see spin, so you won't miss any action.

Though it's one third the size of most PCs, Ze Cube delivers far less performance and that's just enough.

Ze Cube is based on the Macintosh Classic II. A Macintosh SE/30 would be better, but the analog and logic boards are much bigger. With the Classic II, the resulting design is smaller.


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[ stani-pani @ 15.01.2006. 20:48 ] @
4. SE/30 TV


The SE/30-TV is nothing more than the wonderfull Macintosh SE/30 in a small home-made TV cabinet.

This unit has 20MB of ram, a 250MB hard disk and an ethernet network connection. It automatically displays QuickTime movies in a loop.


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[ stani-pani @ 15.01.2006. 21:22 ] @
5. The Lego Mac


PowerPC 603e, 100MHz
750MB 2.5" hard disk
ATAPI Expansion bay
Floppy disk drive
Ethernet 10BaseT
two free PCMCIA slots
SCSI, ADB, serial, audio in, audio out ports
Supports SCSI disk mode

Height: 19.5cm
Width: 20.5cm
Depth: 6cm


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[ Darko Selakovic @ 16.01.2006. 00:45 ] @
[ madamov @ 04.02.2006. 10:12 ] @
Mac mini u Macu SE30: http://www.kaede.sakura.ne.jp/~kidou/mac/macmini01.html