As far as Macs go, I've got some of the vintage stuff. I have a MacBook Pro from back in 2010. It has a 500 GB HD and a 4 GB RAM. Definitely nothing special. I did enjoy being able to use iMessage and text on my computer. It really came in handy during classes in college. I also have an old iMac that is from like 2008, I think? I bought it for $75 like three years ago. I didn't need it, but I figured I'd play around with a Mac.
The Macs I had were garbage, but I also didn't start using them until they were already outdated. Both the iMac and MacBook Pro were at least five years old by the time I got them. While using a Mac is convenient for my iPhone, I'd much rather stick with Windows.
Anyways, I'm sure the latest and greatest Macs are spectacular. But I can't bring myself to spend that kind of money.
I've owned 2 of those old transparent blue iMacs, and the most recent machine I had was a Mac Mini from 2007 that ran OS X Tiger. It really struggled with multitasking but what can you expect from their lowest-end product.
Nowadays I have not much need for one. I only really used them for Garageband when I was younger.