Apple Lisa (1983)
Named for one of its designer's daughters, the Lisa (pictured left) was supposed to be the Next Big Thing. It was the first personal computer to use a Graphical User Interface (GUI). Aimed mainly at large businesses, Apple said the Lisa would increase productivity by making computers easier to work with. The Lisa had a Motorola 68000 Processor running at 5 Mhz, 1 MB of RAM two 5.25" 871k floppy drives, an external 5 MB hard drive, and a built in 12" 720 x 360 monochrome monitor.