By Noah Campbell
Apple stated that they broke the rules of physics way back when Steve Jobs himself went up on stage to announce the remarkable new personal computer, Macintosh.
This Macintosh was an all-in-one device like the today's iMac (see where they get the name), it had a 9-inch display with a resolution of 512 by 342 and an impressive 80ppi (pixels per inch).
Processing speed: 8MHz, Memory: 0.13MB, no Storage, 3.5in Floppy Disc, ect.
This was top-of-the-line at the time and is now worth $1,000 if working on Ebay.