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Apple Macintosh II
Personal computer model, first of the Macintosh II series in the Apple
Macintosh line. (Not to be confused with the Apple II family of
The Apple Macintosh II was the first "modular" Macintosh model, so called
because it came in a standard desktop case. All previous Macintosh computers
used an all-in-one design with a built-in black-and-white monitor. The Mac
II allowed Macintosh users a choice of larger displays, color displays, and
even multiple displays.
Introduced March 02, 1987, the Mac II featured a Motorola 68020 processor
operating at 16 MHz teamed with a Motorola 68881 floating-point coprocessor.
Standard memory was 1 megabyte, expandable to 68 megabytes. A 40 megabyte
internal hard disk was optional, as was a second internal 800 kilobyte
3.5-inch floppy disk drive. Six NuBus slots were available for expansion.
The Macintosh II was followed by a series of confusingly-named modular Macs
including the Macintosh IIx and Macintosh IIfx, all of which used the
Motorola 68030 processor.