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Those of you old enough to remember, the Macintosh IIci and its venerable Mac OS 7 had a lot to offer its users. For its day, the IIci was highly expandable and allowed for some of the first color displays. It had a long lifespan in the industry - in some places being used up to a decade later. The system was able to support up to the latest version of system 7, and was also quite capable of running A/UX, Apple's then Unix server solution.
These days, you'll find most of these computers making friends with the spiderwebs in the attics and basements of the last generation of computer superusers. But if you need a computer to represent the lost timeframe of the late 80's and early 90's, look no further!
IIci model based on real IIci measurements and specifications. This is the low-res version. I hope to offer a high-res version in the near future!
- High textural detail - Clean topology - All geometry is quads/tris - UV's have been mapped - Texture and bump map included - Clean scene with everything named logically - Blender render engine and cycles render engine files both included!
UV's mapped with quality textures and bump maps. Made in Blender.