Article over on LEM says:
13" AppleColor High-Res, 12" Monochrome and High-Res Monochrome
[**] Mac II (Toby), Mac II High-Res, 4/8, 8/24
Anyone ever use these back in the day? While they are both long gone, it might be interesting to dig them (or Mr Natao) up for investigation.
Compare the styling on the Global Village Teleport Modem. Maybe bring your grooves a bit further back from the front end, and in from the sides. Or ... and I realise this is going to be tricky .... centre the display cutout widthwise, and have it only show the actual LCD area, and not the...
With thanks to defor for compiling this information over here.
These are the limits for HFS support on Macintosh System/MacOS:
(I had to dig a bit to find this)
Maximum HFS partition sizes by OS version:
Macintosh System 1.x - 7.1.x : 2GB1
Macintosh System 7.5.x : 4GB1
That photo is way too dark to tell but .... is that an external monitor? Cause between that and the wording
If that's a Plus with an internal upgrade for a second monitor, with the (usually specific and non-standard) matching monitor, booting, for $50 ...
Over at SegaRetro is the best reasonably noob-friendly explanation I've discovered yet of the powerful features of the 68k family, why programmers and system builders were drawn to it, and the shortcomings of the 68000 which were addressed in later models in the series...
Listing this under Hacks rather than Newton, because it seems like it would be usable on a lot of older machines:
Giving Wifi To An Apple Newton - Hackaday
The module itself is called the Nano WiREACH SMT OB G2. It has some other interesting features, like DHCP, optional...
Stupid ADB Tricks
According to this, most ADB mice have a pin on their chip for a second button.
He also gets a trackball from a Powerbook working as an external desktop device.
And builds a converter for Mac 128k mice to ADB from an old ADB mouse: