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Apple Displays: Studio/Cinema Display Series: Studio Display (Blueberry) (LCD) Specs

Apple Studio Display (Blue) (LCD)

The Apple Studio Display (Blueberry) (LCD), introduced to complement the "Blueberry-colored" Power Macintosh G3/300 (Blue), Power Macintosh G3/350 (Blue), and Power Macintosh G3/400 (Blue), features a "blueberry" trimmed 15.1" viewable area active-matrix LCD display perched upon an "ice white" stand with integrated ADB and S-Video in ports. This model is similar to the original Apple Studio Display, but in addition to the cosmetic color change, it has a brighter display and sold for substantially less.
 


Introduction Date: January 5, 1999 Discontinued Date: August 31, 1999
Display Type: LCD Size (Viewable): 15.0" (15.1")
Max. Display Colors: 16.7 Million DPI/PPI: 85
Brightness: 200 cd/m2 Viewing Angle: 120/90 1.
Contrast Ratio: 200:1 Dot/Pixel Pitch: 0.297 mm
Display Cable: Mini D-Sub VGA Built-in Audio: None
Power: 35 Watts 3. Supported MacOS: 8.0+ 4.
Dimensions: 15.0 x 15.7 x 9.8 5. Weight: 12.1 lbs.
Original Price: $1099 US Est. Current Price: N/A
Resolution Support: 640x480, 720x400, 800x600, 832x624, 1024x768
Notes: 1. 120-degree horizontal, 90-degree vertical.
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119.7 BTU per hour, 100-120/220-240 Voltage, 50-60 Hz.
4. Does not support PowerBook 1400, 3400, 5300, or Duo 2300.
5. In inches, height x width x depth.
6. Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc.



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