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Ladies and Gentleman, a warm welcome to the Musée de l’informatique de Montréal et de l’informatique du Québec (MiMiQ)


The most compact and complete Apple and design private museum of the Milky Way :-)


January 2014. The 31th Anniversary of Macintosh.

In 1984 this nice beige box opens the way for today's iMac.


So January 24, 1984, Steve Jobs and Apple Computer have the Macintosh. The first computer that runs the MacOS (System 1.0) This personal computer revolution and especially the design of computers ...


Before the launch of Macintosh, the concept of a computer all in one was completely unknown. Today the specifications of the first Macintosh seems outdated but at the time they were at the forefront of computing.


Specifications M0001 Macintosh 128K model priced at $ 2495 USD:


9-inch screen

8 MHz Motorola 68000 processor

8 MHz system bus

No internal storage

400 KB floppy drive 3.5

RAM 128 KB up to 4 MB

No graphics card

Apple Keyboard and Mouse


Today these same US $ 2495 could pay you ... A well-equipped iMac:


27-inch 5K Retina Display

Processor 4.0 Ghz Intel Quad Core i7

Internal Storage 1TB SSD

RAM 16 GB DDR3 1600 Mhz

Video Card AMD Radeon R9 M295X 4 GB DDR5

Bluetooth Keyboard and Magic Trackpad


As you can see, in 31 years, computing has jumped dramatically. What the next 30 years in store for us?

I bet that Apple has not finished amaze us!


Enjoy your visit.


Réjean Harvey

Curator




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