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Macintosh IIci

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=General Information=
The Macintosh IIci is the first in a new series of Macintosh computers compatible with the Macintosh II family ([[Macintosh II]], [[Macintosh IIx]], and [[Macintosh IIcx]]), and offering improved performance and flexibility. The new architecture is based upon the Memory Decode Unit (MDU) and RAM-based video chips (RBV). Key new features are a 25 MHz clock speed and on-board video; most other features are the same as the [[Macintosh IIcx]].
The IIci was introduced in September 1989 and discontinued in February 1993. Codename: Aurora II, Cobra II. Originally shipped with system software 6.0.4.

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