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

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The Apple Macintosh Portrait Display, released in conjunction with the Macintosh IIcx, features a grayscale "portrait orientation" 15.0" (14.2" viewable area, 640x870) Shadow Mask CRT. 

Introduction Date: March 7, 1989 Discontinued Date: October 19, 1992 1.
Display Type: Shadow Mask CRT Size (Viewable): 15.0" (14.2") 2.
Max. Display Colors: Grayscale (8-bit) 3. DPI: 80
Brightness: N/A 4. Viewing Angle: N/A 4.
Contrast Ratio: N/A 4. Dot/Pixel Pitch: ? 5.
Display Cable: DB-15 Built-in Audio: None
Power: 75 Watts 6. Supported MacOS: 6.0.3+ 7.
Dimensions: 13.1 x 11.5 x 14.9 8. Weight: 35.0 lbs.
Original Price: $1049 US Est. Current Price: N/A
Resolution Support: 640x870 (68.85 kHz Horiz. Scan, 75 Hz Vert. Scan)
Notes: 1. Some Apple technical documents state December 1, 1992.
Some Apple technical documents state a 15.0" viewable area.
With Macintosh II Portrait Display Video Card installed.
This information only applies to LCD-based (flat-panel) displays.
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6. 256.5 BTU per hour, 90-270 Voltage, 47-63 Hz Frequency.
7. For complete functionality. Uses a 13W/3M/DB-15M video cable.
8. In inches, height x width x depth.

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