a Macintosh clone
The following Dynamac was used by Niel MacDonald and others at Apple, and traveled all the way to Signapore once.
New information from Dave Culp: The Dynamac has 100 mb HD, 8 mb RAM, 2400 baud internal modem and both a hard and soft case (hard case is a customized Samsonite suitcase. Not a small one...). It would power its internal monitor, and also any exterior monitor Apple made at that time (1989). I ran Apple's 21" 2-page (in black/white) with mine. It would drive Apple's 12" and 13" color monitors (SE/30's could do this, but Dynamac had a custom video card in the machine, in order to drive the bigger monitors) The Dynamac cost me $9100. Not including the 2-page monitor.
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