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The 17" Apple Studio Display CRT (ADC), released in conjunction with the Power Macintosh G4/400 (2), Power Macintosh G4/450 DP, and Power Macintosh G4/500 DP systems, features a 17.0" (16.0" viewable area) Natural Flat Diamondtron CRT (0.25 mm aperture grille pitch, supports multiple resolutions at over 100 Hz vertical refresh rate), ColorSync internal color calibration, and a "Theater Mode" which provides "increased screen brightness for enhanced viewing of full screen iMovie, DVD or QuickTime content", all housed in a "crystal clear" enclosure. This model uses the ADC (Apple Display Connector), which carries analog and digital video signals, USB data, and power in the same cable, and is remarkable for being the last CRT-based display that Apple ever shipped.
|Introduction Date:||July 19, 2000||Discontinued Date:||May 21, 2001|
|Display Type:||CRT (Diamondtron)||Size (Viewable):||17.0" (16.0")|
|Max. Display Colors:||16.7 Million||DPI/PPI:||85|
|Brightness:||N/A 1.||Viewing Angle:||N/A 1.|
|Contrast Ratio:||N/A 1.||Dot/Pixel Pitch:||0.25 mm|
|Display Cable:||ADC||Built-in Audio:||None|
|Power:||113 Watts 2.||Supported MacOS:||9.0.4+ 3.|
|Dimensions:||18.7 x 17.0 x 17.4 4.||Weight:||45.8 lbs.|
|Original Price:||$499 US||Est. Current Price:||N/A|
640x480 pixels at 153
800x600 pixels at 125 Hz
832x624 pixels at 120 Hz
1024x768 pixels at 99 Hz
1056x792 pixels at 96 Hz
1280x1024 pixels at 75 Hz
1600x1200 pixels at 65 Hz.
This information only applies to LCD-based (flat-panel)
2. 386.46 BTU per hour, 100-120/220-240 Voltage, 50-60 Hz.
3. Also requires a system with an ADC port.
4. In inches, height x width x depth.
5. Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc.