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Published on Aug 16, 2009
A classic 68030 Mac PowerBook with a tiny but crisp active-matrix color LCD screen -- a nice (but expensive!) feature at a time when most laptops had dim, ghosty passive matrix LCDs (many still even in monochrome). It is surprisingly responsive running System 7.1, too, compared to my Mac LC (with a lowly 16 MHz 68020). Unfortunately the original battery doesn't hold a charge, but otherwise it's in great shape.