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The Apple 17" Studio
Display (LCD/ADC), introduced to replace the
Apple 17" Studio Display
(CRT), features a
17.0" viewable area active-matrix LCD display and an
integrated two-port USB hub in a "crystal clear" housing
derived from the Apple
This model uses the ADC (Apple Display Connector), which
carries analog and digital video signals, USB data, and
power in the same cable.
|Introduction Date:||May 21, 2001||Discontinued Date:||June 28, 2004|
|Display Type:||TFT LCD||Size (Viewable):||17.0" (17.0")|
|Max. Display Colors:||16.7 Million||DPI/PPI:||96|
|Brightness:||200 cd/m2||Viewing Angle:||170/170 1.|
|Contrast Ratio:||350:1||Dot/Pixel Pitch:||0.264 mm|
|Display Cable:||ADC||Built-in Audio:||None|
|Power:||40 Watts 2.||Supported MacOS:||9.2.2 or X 10.1.3+ 3.|
|Dimensions:||17.3 x 17.6 x 6.9 4.||Weight:||14.6 lbs.|
|Original Price:||$999 US 5.||Est. Current Price:||N/A|
|Resolution Support:||640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024 (optimum resolution).|
170-degree horizontal, 170-degree
2. 386.46 BTU per hour, 100-120/220-240 Voltage?, 50-60 Hz?
3. Also requires a system w/ an ADC port or a DVI-to-ADC adapter.
4. In inches, height x width x depth.
5. On January 28, 2003, Apple dropped the price to $699 US.
6. Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc.