Apple Lisa computer
I have an original Lisa, which is rare because Apple offered a free
upgrade to the Lisa 2.
I also have several Lisa 2s, which were later known as the Macintosh XL.
The original Lisa contained two Apple-proprietary
Twiggy 5.25 inch floppy disk drives, with a
storage capacity of 880 Kbytes each. However, these drives were found
to be somewhat unreliable in practice, so the Lisa 2 used a single Sony
3.5 inch floppy drive instead.
There are not yet any Lisa simulators, but several people are working on
Tom Stepleton is working on a hardware interface to allow a PC to act
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Last updated May 15, 2000
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