Operator with a Norsk Data minicomputer, 1971
Images from Applied Logic Corporation, a computer timesharing company headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey from 1962 to 1975.
Introduced September 20, 1989 Macintosh Portable
Words cannot express how badly I want
Introduced 1983 and discontinued 1986, the Apple Lisa was the first home computer offering a graphical user interface. Its extreme price tag – just under $10,000 – put it out of reach for the average user, resulting in a commercial flop for Apple. Its technological-predecessor was the Xerox Alto and its successor was the Apple Macintosh.