Apple Macintosh IIvi
The Macintosh IIvi was a very short-lived Macintosh model; it was only on the market from September 1992 to February 1993. It was discontinued four months after its introduction, when the Centris 500 was introduced at a similar price point.
The Macintosh vi is also known as the Performa 600 in certain territories, and was introduced with the Macintosh II vx. It housed a much slower processor (16 MHz vs. 32 MHz) and had no floating point feature. The Macintosh vi was not sold in the US. However, the higher speed consumer version, the Performa 600, was sold worldwide.It could ship with an HDD from 40 MB to 120MB.
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