Apple - II
The Macintosh IIvi is the same as the Macintosh Performa 600. It was released onto the market in 1992 alongside the
Macintosh IIvx. The IIvi used a slower processor than the IIvx, clocking in at 16MHz whereas
the IIvx ran at 32MHz. It also had no floating point unit (FPU). The machine came standard with 4MByte of memory and could be
configured with harddrives of 40, 80, 160, or 400MByte. It had 512KByte of VRAM, three NuBus (New Bus) expansion slots and
a single Processor Direct Slot.
Motorola 68030 @16MHz
4M RAM, 68M Max
8-bit Pulse-width modulation
640x480 4-bit color, 512x384 8-bit color.
TTL Logic for PWM
Books & Publications
Books about the Apple Macintosh, the first mass-market personal computer with a graphical user interface.
Magazines & Serials
InCider Magazine for Apple Computers, later fused with A+
Peeker, a German language magazine for Apple Computer users.
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