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Apple Displays: "Classic" Series: Apple Macintosh Color Display Specs

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The Apple Macintosh Color Display, released in conjunction with the Macintosh IIvi and Macintosh IIvx, features a color 14.0" (13.0" viewable area) Trinitron CRT (0.26 mm dot pitch). 


Introduction Date: October 19, 1992 1. Discontinued Date: August 1, 1993? 2.
Display Type: Trinitron CRT Size (Viewable): 14.0" (11.5") 3.
Max. Display Colors: 16.7 Million 4. DPI: 69 5.
Brightness: N/A 6. Viewing Angle: N/A 6.
Contrast Ratio: N/A 6. Dot/Pixel Pitch: 0.26 mm
Display Cable: DB-15 Built-in Audio: None
Power: 55 Watts 7. Supported MacOS: 7.1+ 8.
Dimensions: 13.0 x 13.4 x 14.0 9. Weight: 24.0 lbs. 0.
Original Price: $589 US Est. Current Price: N/A
Resolution Support: 640x480 (35 kHz Horiz. Scan, 66.7 Hz Vert. Scan)
Notes: 1. Some Apple technical documents state December 1, 1992.
2.
If you can confirm this information, please share. Thanks.
3.
Some Apple technical documents state 13.0" viewable area.
4.
With Apple 8•24 video card installed.
5.
Some Apple technical documents state 70 DPI.
6.
This information only applies to LCD-based (flat-panel) displays.
7. 188.1 BTU per hour, 90-270 Voltage, 47-63 Hz Frequency.
8. For complete functionality. Should work on Macs with DB-15 port.
9. In inches, height x width x depth.
0. Some Apple technical documents state 25.0 lbs.
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