AppleColor High-Resolution RGB Monitor

The AppleColor High-Resolution RGB Monitor is a display that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from 1987 to 1992 as part of the Apple Monitor series. The Monitor has been introduced on March 2, 1987, and its price started at $1647.

The new Monitor features a 13-inch Color RGB Monitor, a screen with 69 dpi, resolutions up to 640 x 480 pixels, 4,096 colors, and a DA-15 video connection. The monitor is designed for Macintosh II.

This Monitor has been discontinued on December 1, 1992.

Today AppleColor High-Resolution RGB Monitor is 35 years old!

AppleColor High-Resolution RGB Monitor
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AppleColor High-Resolution RGB Monitor Release Date and Original Price

IntroducedMarch 2, 1987
DiscontinuedDecember 1, 1992
Model NumberM0401 (Revision A)
M1297 (Revision B)
Original Price$1,647
ColorsBeige
Weight34 Ibs.
15.422 KG
Dimensions11” H x 13.5” W x 16” D
27.94 cm H x 34.29 cm W x 40.64 cm D

System Requirements

  • Macintosh II computer

Display

TypeCRT (Trinitron)
Size13”
Viewable Area12.8”
Colors4,096
BrightnessUnknown
Resolutions640 x 480 pixels at 60 Hz
Viewing AngleUnknown
Contrast RatioUnknown
Response TimeUnknown
Pixel Pitch0.26 mm
Pixel Density69 dpi

Connections

ConnectionDA-15
AudioNone
CameraNone
PortsUnknown

Power

Maximum Continuous Power160 W

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