Archive for ‘Displays’

IIc Flat Panel Display

The Apple IIc Flat Panel Display was a black and white LCD screen designed specifically for the Apple IIc. It did not support a backlight which made it difficult to view without optimal lighting conditions. The resolution was 560×192 and used a DB-15 connector.

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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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Apple Studio Display (1999)

The Apple Studio Display was a 15-inch flat panel LCD display. It was the first translucent product since the eMate and sported a DA-15 connector, 2 ADB ports, S-Video, Composite video, RCA audio connectors and a headphone jack.

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Monitor IIc

The Apple IIc Flat Panel Display was a black and white LCD screen designed specifically for the Apple IIc. It did not support a backlight which made it difficult to view without optimal lighting conditions. The resolution was 560×192 and used a DB-15 connector.

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Thunderbolt Display (2011)

The 2011 Thunderbolt Display was the first Apple display to incorporate Thunderbolt I/O technology to move data between devices and computers speeds of up to 20 times faster than USB 2.0 and up to 12 times faster than FireWire 800. The display itself was a huge 27-inch glossy widescreen display featuring a cinematic 16:9 aspect ratio and an astonishing 2560-by-1440 resolution.

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Macintosh Display Card 8.24

Retailing at US$899 in 1990, the Macintosh Display Card 8.24 greatly increased (up to 30 times faster) the responsiveness of all Macintosh applications – especially graphics-intensive ones, with easier access to high-resolution color, 24-bit color and true gray scale to all modular Macintosh users in thousands of applications.

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