Macintosh

Definitions

Computing

  • a trade name for a range of personal computers designed by Apple Corporation. The Macintosh uses the Motorola family of processors, the 68000, and offers similar computing power to a PC. The Macintosh is best known for its graphical user interface which allows a user to control the computer using icons and a mouse.

Electronics

  • A popular line of personal computers featuring a graphical user interface.
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