Adam Rosen has put together a great online Vintage Mac Museum, where you can learn all about the history of our Apple hardware. Adam is very knowledgable about the history of the Macintosh, and has some great info.
This brings to mind all of the Macintoshes I’ve owned (or used for work):
- (Fat) Mac 512k
- Macintosh SE (with 20MB HD – woohoo!)
- Macintosh SE/30
- Mac IIx (with the Texas Instrument LISP chip in it)
- Mac Classic (color)
- Duo 280 (where I installed my own internal modem, the Mac equivalent of neurosurgery at the time)
- NeXT slab (that counts now, doesn’t it?)
- Powerbook 540 (Blackbird?)
- Mac IIsi
- Quadra and Performas (many different ones, all similar)
- A large, Macintosh-less gap that could be called the dark ages.
- Powerbook G4
- G5 tower
And there are probably at least a few more I’m forgetting.