The Apple Lisa. It was first introduced in January of 1983, at a cost of $9,995.00, which today is around $21,693.00. It was the first commercially sold personal computer to have a GUI (graphical user interface). The Lisa's CRT monitor has a resolution of 720 by 364. If you want to know more about Apple's Lisa computer, watch the video and see how to disassemble it, too.
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Disassembly and History of the Apple Lisa
In this PowerBook Medic video tutorial, learn how to disassemble the retro Apple Lisa computer.
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