Macintosh Classic II


The Macintosh Classic II was the final black-and-white compact Macintosh. It shared the same case design as the Macintosh Classic and was meant to be a replacement for the powerful Macintosh SE/30. In the end it was a weak effort. While both the Classic II and the SE/30 were powered by the same 16 MHz Motorola 68030 processor, the Classic II was hobbled by a low 10 MB RAM ceiling (the SE/30 would accommodate up to 128 MB). Internal storage was supplied by a 40 MB or 80 MB SCSI hard disk drive and a high density, 1.44 MB “SuperDrive”.

This machine features 10 MB RAM and an internal 350 MB SCSI hard disk drive. It boots into System 7.1.