The Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh (or “TAM”) is a limited-edition personal computer released in 1997 to mark Apple’s 20th birthday. The machine was a technological showcase of the day, boasting a number of features beyond simple computing, and with a price tag aimed at the “executive” market.

Manufacturer: Apple Computers Inc. (USA)

Release date: March 20, 1997

Discontinued: March 14, 1998

Operating system: Mac OS 7.6.1 (initial OS)

CPU: 250 MHz PowerPC 603ev

Memory: 32 MiB

Graphics: 800×600 @ up to 16-bits

Mass: 14.9 pounds (6.8 kg)

Price: $7499 (equivalent to $13,700 in 2022)

Apple museum (Moscow, Russia)

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