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|Digibarn Systems: 20th Anniversary Macintosh
Thanks Steven Iwig for this wonderful donation! From Wikipedia's entry for 20th Anniversary Macintosh:
Apple released the Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh (often called simply TAM) in May of 1997 to mark the 20th anniversary of Apple Computer, not the Macintosh. The system was built to look state of the art, but used common components and technologies readily available at that time, and suffered from being overpriced and under-powered. The design trend towards the smaller footprint and cleaner look was later picked up and executed more successfully in the iMac line, especially in the later generations.
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