Macinography #1: The Macintosh LCII

Macinography #1: The Macintosh LC II

Join us for the first episode of Macinography, where we take an in-depth look at the Macintosh LC II, a popular early nineties Mac that found its way into schools across the globe. Featuring an Apple IIe emulation option and a cute pizza box design, the LC II helped spur the imagination of many a curious child. Listen in to hear about its place in the market and how pizza box Macs delivered a hot slice of computing to a market hungry for graphical interfaces.

Show Notes

The LC Family on: Wikipedia

Low End Mac



Jason's Macintosh Museum

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