Apple released the Macintosh Plus in 1986, two years after the debut of the best selling Macintosh. Although it had the same Motorola chip as the original, it sported a lavish 1MB of memory, a huge boost over the previous 128k. It also included support for the newest 800k double sided floppy disks and was the first Mac to have a SCSI port. It’s full featured package of all in one computer, mouse, and keyboard as well as the ability to upgrade to 4MB of memory made it a hit. It sold for $2599.
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