In 1992, Apple introduced the Performa Plus Display as part of their Apple Display series. This 14-inch Color RGB Monitor featured a screen with 67 dpi and resolutions up to 640 x 480 pixels, 32,000 colors, and a DA-15 video connection.
Designed specifically for the Macintosh Performa 400, the Performa Plus Display was first available for purchase on September 1st, 1992, with a starting price of $400. However, the display’s run was short-lived, as it was discontinued on July 18, 1994.
Fast forward 30 years and the Apple Performa Plus Display is now a relic of the past. Despite its brief time on the market, it was a notable addition to Apple’s lineup of displays during the early 90s. The Performa Plus Display was a testament to the company’s continued commitment to innovation and design during a period of rapid technological advancement.
Apple Performa Plus Display Release Date and Original Price
|Introduced||September 1, 1992|
|Discontinued||July 18, 1994|
|Dimensions||12.75” H x 13.9” W x 14.75” D|
32.38 cm H x 35.3 cm W x 37.46 cm D
- Macintosh Performa computer
|Type||Shadow Mask CRT|
|Resolutions||640 x 480 pixels at 66.7 Hz|
|Pixel Pitch||0.29 mm|
|Pixel Density||67 dpi|
|Maximum Continuous Power||85 W|
Apple Support – Performa Plus Display: Technical Specifications