How much is my vintage Apple Computer / Macintosh worth?
A Retromatti Blog Series
Released as a limited edition in 1993, the Macintosh TV was one of the few desktops ever released in black and Apple’s first attempt at computer-television integration. Equipped with a cable TV ready tuner card and a television monitor, the TV could switch from a computer to a television set in a matter of seconds and even came with a remote control. Yet it was incapable of recording live video, only still frames. Its poor processor speed and other limitations made the unit a failure and ultimately only 10,000 were sold.
Mint Condition: Up to $500
Working Condition: Up to $350
Broken: Up to $100
Part Out Value: $150 – $300
Most Valuable Component: TV Tuner Card