Released in 1984, the Macintosh was the first commercially viable computer to use a graphical interface and mouse.
The drug-baron Angelo has a Mac in his office and one of his henchmen uses it to play a game.
The henchman plays the game by holding the mouse in the air and intermittently pressing the button - a bit strange.
The East German underground have a base that is filled with computers including Macintoshes.
Ann has a Macintosh in her apartment.
The scientists use an Macintosh in the guise of the supercomputer INFORB. The CIA have a more conventional Mac too.
INFORB appears to be sentient.
The geek character, William Lichter, has a Macintosh in his room.
Nick is sent the Macintosh as a (very generous) present from his parents. After setting it up strange messages start appearing on the screen.
We'll chalk us the daemonic messages to artistic license.
Jack's boss and the head-honcho of the local drug cartel both have Macintosh computers on their desks.
Paul has a Mac in his room, but never uses it.
There is a Mac in the DEA headquarters.
Danny has a Mac in his dormitory at school.
After reuniting with his girlfriend in Las Vegas, Percy uses an Apple Mac in an attempt to iron the bugs out of his blackjack system.
Paul has a Mac in his bedroom, but never uses it.
The school kids use a Mac to reprogram a robot in order to win a basketball game, the result of which will dictate to future existence of Earth.
The old Mac lies, apparently discarded, in Angela's house.
Alan uses an old Macintosh to prepare papers for his marine biology course.
The duty officer at City Hall has a Macintosh on her desk.
The Macintosh is the focus of Apple's efforts, despite Steve Jobs allowing competing factions to develop within Apple.
James has an Macintosh on his desk at work.
One of the group, Jack, spends far too much time working on his Apple Macintosh.
Jack's Mac beeps incessantly every time he touches the keyboard or mouse.
Newton uses his Mac in the labs to model a robot's hand, and later takes in on the truck in pursuit of Number 5.
The Mac would struggle with the colour 3D graphics, not least because of its monochrome display!
Steve demonstrates how easy it is to use Macintosh by getting his daughter Lisa to use it, and Macs are used backstage at the launch.
The computer classroom at Travis' school is most equipped with Macintoshes.
Mel has the Mac in his office, although he doesn't use it.