The last compact black and white.
Macintosh Classic II, Model M4150. The last black and white compact Mac. The Classic II was also sold as a Performa 200. It features a 16 MHz 68030 processor, came with 2 MB of RAM, and either a 40 MB or an 80 MB hard drive in a sleek, compact all-in-one case with a 9" screen. Standard is a 1.4MB SuperDrive, one ADB keyboard port, SCSI port, printer port, modem port, microphone port, headphone port and the last Mac to have an external floppy disk drive port.
Supported operating systems: System 6.0.8L to System 7.6.1
Note that all 68xxx (pre PowerPC) logic boards have been, are, or will be soon experiencing capacitors leaking. Apple Rescue of Denver does not currently offer board level repairs. Exterior cleaning, testing and swapping components, such as floppy drives or hard drives, if needed , is all that is performed prior to being made available. If the case has needed to be opened and the capacitor problem is noticeable at that time, it will be indicated in the description. The computers listed below for sale boot and run. Unless otherwise indicated, no other repairs have been performed. It is always possible that board levels repairs have been done prior to coming into inventory. WARRANTY on these Macs is limited to working when you have received it only.
Replacing the caps can be a great DYI project, or there are folks like Mac Caps that provide this service.
Most of these came out of the public school system and have had labels and marker removed. Batteries will need to be replaced. Any case defects beyond very minor scuffs are noted. Keyboards and mice are available separately.
Available Macintosh Classic II computers are:
- A) SG24800HD21 (pictured) - 4MB RAM, 80MB hard drive, new install of System 7.1. Light discoloration. Microphone holder on side. Programmers or reset switch buttons have been snapped off on the outside. Faint areas on right side from removed marker and stickers.
- B) SG227410D21 - 4MB RAM, 80MB hard drive, System 7.0.1 with lots of other apps. Light discoloration. Areas on right side where marker and stickers were removed.