I found this in the back of the closet, it's a Macintosh-compatible slide scanner from 1991. It came from my Dad's old office back in the day. The model number on the back is MTS-1850S. Has a spot for one slide on the very top , you just flip open the gray cover to reveal it (May or may not need an adapter for the slides to be inserted). It has two 50-pin SCSI ports on the back and will take a standard computer power cord. I can't test, I don't have the proper Mac or software to do so - so this is pretty much AS-IS. The unit is pretty heavy, about 10-20 pounds I'd say, so shipping would be pricey, local pickup is preferred of course - I'm located in Central New Jersey (Zip 08857). If you have any questions I'll do my best to answer them. I'm asking $20 or best offer, a friend of mine said this used to cost a few grand when it was first released, but then again a lot of old stuff did. If you're interested or have anymore information on this let me know. I just didn't want to toss it out if somebody could possibly use it. If you can really use it and you're local - come by and take it away!