Dozens of old Macs ranging from 1984 through early 2000's took center stage during an exhibit hosted by Duke's Office of Information and Technology. Stephen Toback of OIT takes visitors through a memory tour from the Macintosh II through the first powerbooks. Each made some impact on research and education at Duke.
The Macs were on loan from members of the Duke community. They are an answer to the question once posed at the beginning of the personal computer revolution: We'll never need more than 16B of RAM, right?
The computers were on display for a week after the event at Duke's Technology Engagement Center. Here's more about the exhibit: