Macintosh LC 520


At A Glance

Macintosh LC 520

Released in 1993, the Macintosh LC 520 was the first of the LC 500 series of Macintosh computers. It was initially only sold in Japan, Canada and US educational institutions. It retailed for US$2,000 and was discontinued in 1994. You can view the original specifications of the Macintosh LC 520 at the Apple site here. You can read the original manual for the LC 520 here.

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Original Specifications


  • Processor:
    • Processor: 68030 @ 25Mhz
    • PMMU: integrated
    • FPU: optional 68882
    • Data Path: 32, 25
    • L1 Cache: 0.5K
    • L2 Cache: none
  • Ports:
    • ADB: 2
    • Video: none
    • Floppy: none
    • SCSI: DB-25
    • Ethernet: none
    • Mic Type: PlainTalk
    • AirPort Ready
    • Printer
    • Modem
    • Speaker
    • Headphone
  • Specifications:
    • Introduced: 6/28/1993
    • Discontinued: 2/2/1994
    • Form Factor: LC 520
    • Gestalt ID: 56
    • Weight (lbs): 40.5
    • Dimensions (in): 17.9 H x 13.5 W x 16.5 D


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