Transparent Macintosh IIsi

Discussion in 'Apple Collectors' started by digitalrampage, Feb 13, 2002.


Clear Casing, common or rare?

  1. One and only

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  2. Prototype

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  3. Rare

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  4. There around

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  5. Common

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  1. digitalrampage macrumors regular

    Jan 5, 2001
    Sydney, Australia
    I am being given a transparent Macintosh IIsi by a source (who shall remane nameless at this time) for my collection.

    I am very excited about this as I believe it is a one off collectable / prototype which I am the only person to have

    I have seen and heard of the Macintosh SE/20 Clear case edition where 10 units were made, but has anyone heard of a IIsi clear case???


    Adrian:D :D :D
  2. BeerDrinker29 macrumors regular

    Jan 23, 2002
  3. me hate windows macrumors 6502

    me hate windows

    Jan 18, 2002
    there are some

    there are more than 1 clear prototypes of most macs. The were like that so they could see how all the stuff fit together. It is probable that you don't have the only one. But there are only a few.
  4. eyelikeart Moderator emeritus


    Jan 2, 2001
    Metairie, LA
    I've heard of prototypes being case in clear plastic as well...

    have even seen a clear Newton once...
  5. mischief macrumors 68030


    Aug 1, 2001
    Santa Cruz Ca
    Apple has done this a lot.

    Running a proto in clear polycarbonate helps the designers get it all wedged in there like organs in a Rat. Most Macs have been proto'd this way for quite some time. It's more about making sure the case design fits together and all the parts line up, blah blah blah............;) Theoretically you should be able to find any Mac that's already been finished out for production, assuming the person it wound up with last is confidant enough to sell it.

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