This is my guide to Macs that you probably don’t see every day and that might be worth more than the average Mac a few decades from now. Many of them are very solid systems and are rare for reasons other than their design, while several others are Road Apples.
2001 – Apple’s desktop computers began to include Harman/Kardon speakers in October 1999, when Harman/Kardon’s brand-new Odyssey digital speakers were included with the new slot-loading iMacs.
Got a Mac in your bedroom? Great – you can use it as an alarm clock! Here’s how to do it.
Our Fair Computer Company has released some quirky yet useful features in its computer systems and OS, and then advertised them very little – if at all. Apple’s SCSI Disk Mode and it’s modernized offspring, FireWire Target Disk Mode, are excellent examples.