Macintosh LC
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Macintosh LC

The first in the Macintosh LC family, the LC was introduced with the Macintosh Classic (a repackaging of the older Macintosh Plus) and the Macintosh IIsi (a new entry-level machine for the Macintosh II series), and offered for half the price the of Macintosh II but significantly lesser in performance overall. The creation of the LC was prompted by Apple’s desire to produce a product that could be sold to school boards for the same price as an Apple IIGS. It was designed for inexpensive manufacturing, with five major components that robots could assemble. The computer had a $2400 list price; it and the new $600 12-inch color display were $3500 less expensive than the Macintosh II. Not long after the Apple IIe Card was introduced for the LC, Apple officially announced the retirement of the IIGS, as the company wanted to focus its sales and marketing efforts on the LC.

The original Macintosh LC was introduced on October 1990, with initial shipments to dealers following in December and January. It was replaced by Macintosh LC II, which was largely the same but was built around a Motorola 68030 processor.

History of Macintosh LC is provided by wikipedia

Macintosh LC – General information

Overview
IntroducedOctober 1990
DiscontinuedMarch 1992
Model Identifier19
Model NumberM0350
Order NumberM0442LL/A
M1218LL/A
M1201LL/A
Price$2,400
ColorsPlatinum
Weight8.8 Ibs.
3.991 KG
Dimensions2.9” H x 12.2” W x 15.3” D
7.36 cm H x 30.98 cm W x 38.86 cm D
Hardware
Processor
ProcessorMotorola 68020
Processor Speed16 MHz
ArchitectureUnknown
Number of Cores1
System Bus16 MHz
Cache0.25 KB L1
CoprocessorNone
Storage & Media
Storage40 MB
80 MB
Media1 – 1.44 MB Floppy
Memory
Built-in Memory2 MB
Maximum Memory10 MB
Memory Slots2 – 30 pin SIMMs
Minimum Speed100 ns
ROMUnknown
Interleaving SupportNo
Display
Built-in DisplayNone
Graphics
Graphics CardNone
Graphics Memory256 KB (Upgradeable to 512 KB via one socket)
Display Connection1 – DB-15
Expansion
Expansion Slots1 – LC PDS (Cache Bus)
Hard Drive InterfaceSCSI
Software
Original OSSystem Software 6.0.6
Maximum OSSystem 7.5.5
FirmwareMacintosh ROM
Connections
EthernetNone
ModemNone
ADB1
Serial2
SCSI1 – DB-25
Floppy PortNone
Audio In1 – 3.5-mm mono input jack
Audio Out1 – 3.5-mm stereo output jack
Display1 – DB-15
Power
Backup Battery3.6 V lithium
Maximum Continuous Power50 W
Line VoltageUnknown
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