The other day I saw a working Mac Laptop at Habitat for Humanity.
It had a track ball instead of a pad. I suspect yours is newer.
Mom had a "doorstop Mac", she wrote a novel on it in Word. I'm not sure it had a number, I believe it was just "Word".
It had the Super Drive, you could use the 1.4mb floppy disks, which were larger than the hard drive. It probably had RAM measured in kb.
We donated it to Starvation Army, it still worked.
I vote you crank it up, create a stick figure animation loop, then pour gasoline on it and set it on fire. Make a movie of that and post it on YouTube, it will get several million hits in the first 2 weeks, then nobody will ever watch it again.
It's a noble death!