Today in Apple history: Macintosh LC II is the Mac mini of its day

March 23, 1992: The “headless” Macintosh LC II arrives, wooing value-oriented customers with a beguiling mix of updated internals and budget pricing. Designed to take up minimal space underneath a monitor (sold separately), the Mac LC II is destined to become a hit. In retrospect, the entry-level machine is roughly analogous to today’s Mac minis. […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

Source: Rim Blackberry
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