Macintosh IIsi

by Dierdre Malfato (Solspace) Oct 30, 1990


  • As a cheaper version of other computers in the Macintosh II line, some features were limited to cut costs.  There were fewer expansion slots and lesser video capabilities.  The speakers also suffered from some technical problems and were known to fail.  sam

    jibran_pcc had this to say on Mar 19, 2011 Posts: 18
  • The IIsi was a very competent computer with few compromises. If it had used VRAM like the LC, it would have been a bit faster. If it had run at 25 MHz, that would have been nice. -Yochanan Berkowitz

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