One of the later members in the Macintosh II family, which had notably seen the arrival of colour graphics and the departure from the integrated system unit and screen of the original Mac. The IIsi was powered by a Motorola 68030 running at 20MHz, and shipped with IMB of memory and either a 40 or 80MB hard disk. It originally retailed for $2,999 and was intended as a cut-down version of the II series for potential home use. This particular unit was part of a set once deployed by Human Science within Plymouth University.
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Donated/on loan from: Prof. Steven Furnell, Plymouth University

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