"Macintosh Plus"
May 2009

When the Macintosh Plus was introduced to the public in 1986, it carried a hefty price tag of $2,599. Apple founder Steve Jobs named the company after his aunt’s cat, which was named Apples. He thought naming a computer Apples didn’t sound right, so he dropped the “s”. Good job, Jobs!

Dimensions: 15"x13"
Catalog #2225
$150 (Shipping included!)
Medium: Acrylic on wood

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