The first personal computer to include integrated software and use a graphical interface. Modeled after the Xerox Star and introduced in 1983 by Apple, it was ahead of its time but never caught on due to its USD $10,000 price and slow speed. Named after Steve Jobs' daughter, the Lisa gave way to the Mac, which was developed by a separate group within Apple. In fact, the final production units of the Lisa were modified into a somewhat-compatible version of the Mac.
It was as slow as molasses, but users were entranced by its graphical interface and ability to cut and paste between applications. (Image courtesy of AUCTION TEAM BREKER, Cologne, Germany, (c) 2013, www.breker.com)