Macintosh SE

CPU

CPU: Motorola MC68000

CPU Speed: 8 MHz

Bus Speed: 8 MHz

Data Path: 16 bit

ROM: 256 kB

RAM Type: 30 pin SIMM

Minimum RAM Speed: 150 ns

Onboard RAM: 0 MB

RAM slots: 4

Maximum RAM: 4 MB

Expansion Slots: 1 SE PDS



Video

Monitor: 9" built-in

Max Resolution: 1 bit 512x342



Storage

Hard Drive: optional 40 MB

Floppy Drive: 1 or 2 800 kB 3.25"



Input/Output

ADB: 2

Serial: 2

SCSI: DB-25

Audio Out: mono 8 bit mini

Speaker: mono



Miscellaneous

Codename: Mac , PlusPlus, Aladdin, Freeport, Maui, Chablis

Gestalt ID: 5

Power: 100 Watts

Dimensions: 13.6" H x 9.69" W x 10.9" D

Weight: 17 lbs.

Maximum OS: 7.5.5

Minimum OS: System 3.0/Finder 5.1

Introduced: March 1987

Terminated: August 1989

Released at the same time as the Mac II, (March, 1987) the Mac SE further addressed the issue of expansion. It came in a new platinum case, had an expansion slot, and included a bay for either a second internal floppy drive, or an internal hard drive. The Mac SE was also one of the first Macs to include an Apple Desktop Bus (ADB), which allowed for up to 16 input devices. It sold for $2,898 for a dual floppy configuration. In August 1989, The SE was replaced by the SE FDHD.