There was a period in the mid nineties when Apple (without Steve Jobs) experimented with licensing the Mac OS to other computer manufacturers. That led to a rush of Mac clones. At the same time, Apple was introducing "Copland", its new OS, dubbed System 8. This program looks at several of the new Mac clones and reviews System 8. Demonstrations include the Power 100 from Power Computing, the Genesis MP from Daystar Digital, the Radius System 100, the Power PC PowerBook and the new Macintosh System 8. Originally broadcast in 1995. Copyright Stewart Cheifet Productions 1995.
May 5, 2022 Subject:
Send in the Clones
I enjoyed seeing the Macintosh clones, as well some glimpses of websites from 1995 (which predate the Wayback Machine archiving websites). Those glimpses are the 1990s equivalent to 1930s newsreels showing live TV prior to the invention of kinescopes.