Macintosh Quadra 610
The Macintosh Quadra 610 contained two different CPUs (Motorola and Intel) that worked independently, allowing you to run Macintosh and DOS (or Windows) applications simultaneously – and copy and paste data between the two environments. MS-DOS version 6.2 is installed on the hard drive, along with the Macintosh operating system (system software version 7.1). You can view the original specifications of the Macintosh Quadra 610 at the Apple support site.
- Two microprocessors:
- 25-MHz Motorola 68LC040
- 25-MHz Intel 486SX
- Because the processors work independently, you can run Macintosh and DOS (or Windows) applications simultaneously — and copy and paste data between the two environments. MS-DOS version 6.2 is installed on the hard drive, along with the Macintosh operating system (system software version 7.1).
- RAM and VRAM:
- 8MB of RAM, expandable to 100MB
- 512K of VRAM, expandable to 1MB (Macintosh environment)
- 512K of RAM for video (DOS environment)
- Flexible Display Options
- You can switch instantly from the Macintosh environment to the DOS environment and vice versa on one display. Or you can add a second display to view both environments simultaneously.
- Features builtin support for one or two displays
- Works with all Apple displays as well as thirdparty NTSC, PAL, VGA, and SuperVGA displays (Macintosh environment)
- Works with Apple 13inch, 14inch, and 16inch displays as well as thirdparty VGA and SuperVGA displays (DOS environment)
- Expansion Capabilities
- Comes with eight builtin ports to support a wide range of peripherals
- Features an external PC game port
- Offers the option of an internal CDROM drive
- Includes onboard Ethernet (AAUI)(Macintosh environment)
- DOS and Windows applications print to any Apple or other Macintoshcompatible printer through the builtin serial port or Ethernet port.
- Centris 610 and Quadra 610 Upgrades
- A DOS Compatibility Card for Macintosh allows upgrading Quadra 610 and Centris 610 computers to make their systems DOS and Windowscompatible.
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