The Apple Lisa is a personal computer that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from 1983 to 1984 as part of the Apple Lisa series. The computer has been introduced on January 16, 1983, and its price started at $9995.
The all-new Lisa features a 5 MHz Motorola 68000 processor, 12″ CRT display, Up to 2 MB of RAM, Optional external storage Apple ProFile with 5 MB or 10 MB of hard drive, and two 871 KB 5.25-inch floppy drivers.
This computer has been discontinued on August 1, 1984.
Today Apple Lisa is 39 years old!
Apple Lisa Release Date and Original Price
|Introduced||January 16, 1983|
|Discontinued||August 1, 1984|
|Dimensions||13.8” H x 18.7” W x 15.2” D|
35.05 cm H x 47.49 cm W x 38.6 cm D
|Processor Speed||5 MHz|
|Number of Cores||1|
|System Bus||5 MHz|
|Storage||External 5 or 10 MB Apple ProFile hard disk drive|
|Maximum Memory||2 MB|
|Memory Slots||2 – Apple Lisa memory boards|
|Resolutions||720 x 364 or 608 x 432 (with Screen Kit) at 60 Hz|
|Software||Lisa Office System 1.0|
|Serial||2 – RS-232C|
1 – DE-9
|Audio Out||Continuously Variable Demodulators (CVSD)|
|Display||1 – RCA composite video output|
|Expansion Slots||3 – Apple Lisa expansion slots|
|Media||2 – Built-in 871 KB Apple FileWare 5.25-inch floppy drivers|
|Keyboard||76-key selectric-style, detached keyboard with 10-key pad|
|Maximum Continuous Power||270 W|
|Line Voltage||115 or 230V AC|