Archive for ‘Servers’

Apple Interactive Television Box

The Apple Interactive Television Box was a prototype set top box built with hardware from Motorola and Texas Instruments. It was developed in collaboration with British Telecom in 1993 and was launched as a trial in 1994 in Britain to about 2,500 households.

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Mac mini G4 (2005)

The Mac Mini was a small form factor computer that measured only 7.7 inches square, 1.4 inches tall and weighed 2.7 pounds. It shipped without a keyboard, mouse, or display.

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Mac mini (2011)

Equipped with Thunderbolt I/O, an AMD Radeon HD graphics chip and a dual-core Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, the 2011 Mac mini retailed at a starting price of US$599 and shipped with Mac OS X Lion.

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Bandai Pippin

Designed by Apple but distributed by Atmark, the Bandai Pippin was a gaming console running a watered down version of Mac System 7.5. It was powered by a PowerPC 603 CPU. It retailed for US$599 and was only released in the US and Japanese markets.

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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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Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server (2010)

Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server is a regular Mac Mini with Snow Leopard Server preinstalled. Two 500GB 7200-rpm hard drives replace the regular SuperDrive.

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