Macintosh IIci

The Macintosh IIci was a personal computer designed and sold in the late 80’s aimed at the desktop publishing market. The expandability given by the nubus slots allowed customers to customize the IIci to what they needed. The new 25Mhz CPU was blazing for the time, and outperformed the prior IIcx and IIx by a wide margin, there was even a PDS slot for a cache card or 3rd party CPU upgrade later on. This was also the first 32bit clean rom, which finally allowed for the use of more than 8MB of ram. The IIci is capable of running up to 128MB.