In 1997, Apple unveiled a special edition Macintosh to commemorate the company's 20th year anniversary, aptly named the Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh, or TAM. It featured a slick all-in-one design that measured only 2.5 inches deep, an LCD display with side-mounted Bose speakers and a vertically mounted CD-ROM drive. It also featured and astonishingly high price tag of $7,499. Despite drastic price cuts, Apple killed the product a year after launch. What was the TAM's biggest claim to fame?
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