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A Compact Macintosh (or Compact Mac) is an all-in-one Apple Mac computer with a display integrated in the computer case, beginning with the original Macintosh 128K. Compact Macs include the original Macintosh through to the Color Classic sold between 1984 and the mid-1990s. The larger Macintosh LC 500 series, Power Macintosh 5000 series and iMac are not described as a "Compact Mac."
Apple divides these models into five form factors: The Macintosh 128K, Macintosh SE, and Macintosh Classic (all with a 9 in (23 cm) black and white screen), the modernized Macintosh Color Classic with a 10 in (25 cm) color screen, and the very different Macintosh XL.
|Model||Model Number||Form factor||CPU|
|Macintosh 128K||M0001*||Macintosh 128K||Motorola 68000|
|Macintosh Plus ED / European Version*||M0001AP|
|Macintosh SE||M5010||Macintosh SE|
|Macintosh SE 1/20||M5011|
|Macintosh SE 1/40|
|Macintosh SE FDHD||M5010/M5011|
|Macintosh SE SuperDrive||M5011|
|Macintosh SE/30||M5119||Motorola 68030|
|Macintosh Classic||M1420||Macintosh Classic|
|Macintosh Classic II||M4150|
|Macintosh Performa 200|
|Macintosh Color Classic||M1600||Macintosh Color Classic|
|Macintosh Performa 250|
|Macintosh Color Classic II|
|Macintosh Performa 275|
*220 V international models are appended with the letter "P" (e.g. M0001P)
|Timeline of Compact Macintosh models|
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