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From: nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid>
Subject: Re: iMac Pro - available to order very soon!
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2017 09:35:22 -0500
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In article <>, Scott Schuckert<> wrote:

> > > Gonna be very expensive or rather a lot of money depending on how you look
> > > at it. I think mac rumours thinbks the basic model will start at $5k.
> > > I'd expect the 18 core to start at around $8k. :-0
> > 
> > *meep*
> Meh. 1983; Apple Lisa. 5 MHz processor, 512K RAM, 5 MB HD, 12"
> monochrome screen. $10,000. I sold a lot of 'em. (GRIN)

maybe for your particular store, but the lisa was a huge failure.

they were very slow and only had lisa workshop apps. there's a shitload
of them in a landfill.

on the other hand, they're rare and now sought by collectors,
particularly the original lisa with the (awful) twiggy drive. 

apple offered a free upgrade to the lisa ii with a 3.5" floppy, and
nearly everyone who had the origina lisa took advantage of the offer,
making an original unmodified lisa *very* rare and very valuable.