||October 19, 1992
||US$3,000 (equivalent to $5,120 in 2016)
||February 10, 1993
||Motorola 68030 @ 16 MHz
||4 MB, expandable to 68 MiB (80 ns 30-pin SIMM)
The Macintosh IIvi is a short-lived model of the Macintosh II series of Macintosh computers from Apple Computer. The IIvi included either a 40, 160 or 400 MB hard drive, three NuBus slots and a PDS. The IIvi was essentially a Macintosh IIvx with a slower processor (16 MHz vs. 32 MHz) and no floating point unit. The Macintosh Performa 600 is essentially a IIvi with the IIvx's 32 MHz CPU. The IIvi was, on some benchmarks, faster than the crippled IIvx.
The Performa 600 was featured in the 1994 Disney movie Blank Check.