The Macintosh TV
Apple wanted to be more than just a computer company — they wanted to also get into multimedia. To do this, the company went ahead and added a cable-ready TV tuner card to a Macintosh computer and changed the casing from beige to black to create a sleek all-in-one media machine.
What actually ended up happening was that the device only had 8MB of memory. On top of this, the system was slow and the 16-bit color scheme made the picture quality less than thrilling.
Unfortunately for Apple, a regular TV was much cheaper than the hefty price tag attached to the Macintosh TV. Apple discontinued the product in February 1994, only four months after releasing it.