If you’re an obsessive Appleholic who lives in the no Microsoft zone, you will no doubt love to hang this 27″ x 39″ print on your wall that chronicles the history of the most valuable company on earth »
All new for 2013: the world’s most comprehensive mapping of Apple products. This print shows every computer, handheld, peripheral device, software, and operating system released by Apple in the last thirty years, from the original Mac through the MacBook Air. Over 500 products are sorted according to type, including the connections between various form factors which have arisen as Apple has invented–and reinvented–insanely great products.
If that’s not enough, each print is signed and numbered by the artists, from a limited edition of 1000. Check out the link above for a zoomable & interactive version.
Anyone know the status on a time machine being invented? I’d like to go back and buy some Apple stock.
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Starting Price: $9,995. With Inflation: $21,600. Above all, the Lisa is the most expensive Apple computer ever manufactured. Released in 1983, one year before the original Macintosh, it contained technology far superior to any computer being sold at the time, and was much more capable than the Mac, which debuted for significantly less, only $2495. ($5,200 today) […] The Lisa had a good justification for its cost, though. It included advanced features such as protected memory and cooperative multitasking, things that wouldn’t make their way to the Mac for several more years. With such a high price tag, Apple barely sold any original Lisas, which is why they debuted the more common Lisa 2 for $3495 a little while later. […] Unfortunately, by that time many customers were more interested in the upcoming Macintosh, and the Lisa ended up being one of Apple’s biggest flops. Even after rebranding it as the Macintosh XL, it saw little success, and Apple eventually dumped over 2,700 unsold Lisas in a landfill.