Apple Macintosh Color Display

The Apple Macintosh Color Display was released in conjunction with the Macintosh IIvi and Macintosh IIvx computers. The Macintosh Color Display 16 inch and 21 models inch were also introduced in 1992 with resolutions of 832 x 624 and 1152 x 870.

Apple Macintosh Color Display

Introduction: October 19, 1992. Released: December 12, 1992.

Specifications

  • Display Type: Trinitron CRT. Viewable Size: 11.5” (total size 14.0”, in some documents 13.0” is stated as viewable area).
  • Maximum Display Colors: 16.7 million.
  • Dot/Pixel Pitch: 0.26 mm.
  • Resolution: 640 x 480 (35 kHz horizontal scan, 66.7 vertical scan).
  • Display Cable: Standard Macintsh video cable DB-15 for complete functionality.
  • Power: 55 Watts.
  • MacOS Support: 7.1+.
  • Input Signals: Red, green, blue analog signals. Separate synchronization, negative-going TTL.
  • User Controls: Front panel: brightness, contrast controls, power switch.
  • Dimensions: 13.0 height x 13.4 width x 14.0 depth.
  • Weight: 24.0 lbs including video and power cables (up to 25.0 lbs according to some sources).

Apple Orders, Discontinuation, Price

Model number: M1212.

Discontinued: August 1, 1993 (the last units were manufactured in September 1993).

Original price: US$589.

Miscellanea

  • The Macintosh Color Display 16 inch and 21 models inch were also introduced in 1992 with resolutions of 832 x 624 and 1152 x 870.
  • Up to twenty minutes were required to warm-up this computer to meet all specifications.

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