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Macintosh Color Display

The Macintosh Color Display was a 14″ (13″ viewable) Trinitron aperture grille CRT that was manufactured by Apple Inc. from October 19, 1992 until approximately August 1, 1993. The video cable used a standard Macintosh DA-15 video connector and the fixed resolution was 640×480

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Macintosh PowerBook G3 Series

The Macintosh PowerBook G3 Series was an updated series of G3 notebooks based on the original PowerPC based notebook. It was available with three clock speeds (233, 250, and 292 MHz) and with three different screens (12.1, 13.3 and 14.1 inch screens). Launched in 1998, it went by the codename “Wallstreet” and was highly configurable with prices starting at US$2100.

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Mac OS 9

Mac OS 9 was the final major release of Apple’s “Classic” Mac OS. Introduced on October 23, 1999, it’s highlighted features were Sherlock 2’s Internet search capabilities, integration with Apple’s free online services known as iTools, and improved Open Transport networking. Additional improvements included the introduction of an automated Software Update engine and support for multiple users.

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Macintosh 128K 400K External Drive

The Macintosh Powerbook 190cs was released in August of 1995 and touted as Apple’s most affordable color Powerbook.

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Tape Backup 40SC

The Apple Tape Backup 40SC, launched in 1987, was a SCSI based peripheral for Macintosh owners to backup and restore up to 40Mb of critical data.

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Apple IIc Plus

The Apple IIc Plus was the last model in the Apple II line. It was the successor to the Apple IIc and sported an internal 3.5″ floppy drive as well as faster processor – a 65C02 chip running at up to 4¬†MHz. One of it’s major features was its internal power supply, replacing the previous bulky external supply for the IIc.

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20th Anniversary Macintosh


The Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh was introduced for the 20th year celebration of Apple Computer which turned 20 on April 1, 1996. The TAM was released with a retail price of US$7,499. You can view the original specifications of the …

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Apple Network Server 500/132

The Apple Network Server (ANS) was a line of server computers form Apple that were based on the PowerPC architecture and designed to run IBM’s AIX operating system.

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Macintosh Quadra 700

Launched in October, 1991 the Macintosh Quadra 700 was powered by the Motorola 68040 processor which made it one of the fastest machines Apple had produced at the time. It retailed for around US$6,000, shipped with a built in 1.4Mb floppy drive and 80-400Mb hard drive, and was one of the first Macs with built-in ethernet using Apple’s AAUI connector.

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Color StyleWriter 2200

The Apple Color StyleWriter 2200 retailed for US$419 and could print 5 B&W ppm and 1 color page in just under 3 minutes. It weighed just over 3 lbs.

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