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Restoring a Macintosh SE/30 Part 1

Oct 22nd, 2008 by Atelier | 1

After work, I rushed down to meet the person who was giving away the Macintosh SE/30. There were three different compact macs available. The other two were Macintosh Classics. I went for the SE/30 as it was the most powerful compact mac.

Upon arriving at the address, I was greeted by the three macs sitting in a row on top of the shoe cabinet. They looked so cute together. The previous owner said they had been in storage for quite a long time and two were still working the last time it was tested.

 

Macintosh SE/30

Macintosh SE/30

 

 

The shell of the SE/30 has turned yellow with age as compared to the two Classics which looked cleaner. There were also no power cords, mouse and keyboard. There is a little sticker at the top with some numbers. It was probably an asset number and this vintage mac must have started life in an office or institution.

One Comment on “Restoring a Macintosh SE/30 Part 1”


  1. Kristeen Autman said:

    The secretiveness is the product of Apple’s smartly crafted promotion process. Without the veil of secrecy, the alleged leaks wouldn’t get the attention that they do. You’re a sap if you don’t believe these leaks are intentionally leaked. I mean frankly, how hard would it really be to trace back to the one who leaked it? How many people have access to Apple prototypes?

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