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[* black] Not much has changed over the past 30 yearsBefore we crack open this time capsule (no, not [[Topic:Apple Time Capsule|these Time Capsules]]), let's take a moment to see just how far we've come in the way of Apple desktop computers…
[* black] Aside from a few small things like display size, processing power, and (insert air quotes) "wireless capabilities," you can barely even notice the difference!
three decades.
[* icon_note] Still confused? Here, we'll help you out: TheFirst up, displays. 1984's Mac 128K isfeatured a 9" CRT with 512 x 342 resolution and support for two colors: black, and white. On the 9-inchright, our lovely comparison [[Topic:iMac Intel 21.5" EMC 2638|Late 2013 iMac]] has a 21.5" 1920 x 1080 pixel display with millions of colors.
[* black] As Apple works to popularize [http://www.apple.com/thunderbolt/|Thunderbolt|new_window=true], a 20 Gb/s IO interface, let's reflect back
on the left; the 21.5" iMac is the one on the righthigh-speed Serial port, supporting (at most) 19.2 kbps.
[* black] A quick lookBut hey, at these all-in-one machine's backsides reveals some similar, yet oh-so-different ports. Peripheral hookups may be new, but power and audio jacks have withstoodleast the test of time pretty well.
[* icon_note] If you're wondering why Apple made everything mucous-yellow in the '80s,
AC plug is the answer is: [http://hackaday.com/2009/03/02/restoring-yellowed-computer-plastics|they didn't|new_window=true]same.
[* black] Not much has changed over the past 30 yearsBefore we crack open this time capsule (no, not [[Topic:Apple Time Capsule|these Time Capsules]]), let's take a moment to see just how far we've come in the way of Apple desktop computers…
[* black] Aside from a few small things like display size, processing power, and (insert air quotes) "wireless capabilities," you can barely even notice the difference!
three decades.
[* icon_note] Still confused? Here, we'll help you out: TheFirst up, displays. 1984's Mac 128K isfeatured a 9" CRT with 512 x 342 resolution and support for two colors: black, and white. On the 9-inchright, our lovely comparison [[Topic:iMac Intel 21.5" EMC 2638|Late 2013 iMac]] has a 21.5" 1920 x 1080 pixel display with millions of colors.
[* black] As Apple works to popularize [http://www.apple.com/thunderbolt/|Thunderbolt|new_window=true], a 20 Gb/s IO interface, let's reflect back
on the left; the 21.5" iMac is the one on the righthigh-speed Serial port, supporting (at most) 19.2 kbps.
[* black] A quick lookBut hey, at these all-in-one machine's backsides reveals some similar, yet oh-so-different ports. Peripheral hookups may be new, but power and audio jacks have withstoodleast the test of time pretty well.
[* icon_note] If you're wondering why Apple made everything mucous-yellow in the '80s,
AC plug is the answer is: [http://hackaday.com/2009/03/02/restoring-yellowed-computer-plastics|they didn't|new_window=true]same.