This was actually a really slick device when it came out in ‘96, and still bizarrely has a cult following today. It had a built-in TV Tuner, a custom-engineered Bose sound system, high-speed LAN capability, and a desk footprint that rivals that of today’s iMac. Only one problem: Scrooge McDuck and Jerry Seinfeld were the only guys who could afford it. Adjusted for inflation the computer would be well over $10,000, and that’s factoring out the door-to-door white-glove concierge installation service. Think about this people, $10,000 for a computer that came out before AIM was even invented. No thank you.