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    Default What was the best Mac that Apple ever designed?

    What do you think the best Mac that Apple ever designed was?

    I think it was the Apple II ... Very ahead of its time, worked well and was very reliable.
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    My favorite has been and remains the unibody MacBook Pro. It's such a classy looking machine, while maintaining a certain level of utilitarianism. Second favorite would have been the colored clamshell notebook that came out around the time of the original iMac.
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    Macintosh SE/30 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - It was ahead of its time as well and lived for what seems to be forever!
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    The Color Classic!
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    The new MacBook is a beautiful machine. It is a little small and underpowered, but as far as design goes it is second to none.
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    This is a tough question considering I've owned several Macs since my Apple IIc. They've all been beautiful machines. I would have to say the current generation Mac Pro takes the crown. It looks nothing like any computer ever built and packs a tremendous amount of power into a small package. It's sleek as heck even if it looks a little bit like a trash can

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