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[* black] The original Mac retailed for $2,495—that's $5,594.11 in [http://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc.pl?cost1=2495&year1=1984&year2=2013|today's dollars|new_window=true]. So what did you get for all that coin?
[* red] 8 MHz Motorola 68000 processor
[* orange] 128 KB DRAM
[* yellow] 9" black-and-white CRT display running at 512x342 (72 dpi)
[* green] 400 KB total storage via a single-sided 3.5-inch floppy disk drive
[* blue] Single-button mouse and hefty keyboard
[* black] Inflation notwithstanding, this treasure of the '80s didn’t cost us a cent. OurA big thanks to our friends at the [http://vintagemacmuseum.com|Vintage Mac Museum|new_window=true] provided the non-functional machinery, lest we break an historic piece of equipment. A big thanks to them for lending the Mac!Mac for our teardown!
[* black] '''Cult of Mac''' adds: no vintage Macinti were harmed in the making of this guide. Our sacrificial 128k had already passed beyond the pale before its noble dissection.
[* black] Inflation notwithstanding, this treasure of the '80s didn’t cost us a cent. OurA big thanks to our friends at the [http://vintagemacmuseum.com|Vintage Mac Museum|new_window=true] provided the non-functional machinery, lest we break an historic piece of equipment. A big thanks to them for lending the Mac!Mac for our teardown!
[* black] '''Cult of Mac''' adds: no vintage Macinti were harmed in the making of this guide. Our sacrificial 128k had already passed beyond the pale before its noble dissection.