AppleColor RGB Monitor
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AppleColor RGB Monitor

In 1986 came the introduction of the AppleColor RGB Monitor, a 12” analog RGB display designed specifically for the Apple IIGS computer. It supported a resolution of 640×400 interlaced (640×200 non-interlaced) and could be used by the Macintosh II, in a limited fashion, with the Apple High Resolution Display Video Card. Also introduced that year was the Apple Monochrome Monitor, which cosmetically was identical to the former model but was a black and white composite display suitable in external appearance for the Apple IIGS, Apple IIc or Apple IIc Plus.

History of AppleColor RGB Monitor is provided by wikipedia

AppleColor RGB Monitor – General information

Overview
IntroducedSeptember 1986
DiscontinuedDecember 1992
Order NumberA2M6014
PriceUnknown
ColorsBeige
Weight27.6 Ibs.
12.519 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
Display
TypeCRT
Size12″
Viewable Area11.5”
Colors4,096
BrightnessN/A
ResolutionsUp to 640 x 200 pixels
Text Display80 columns by 24 rows
Viewing AngleN/A
Contrast RatioN/A
Response TimeN/A
Pixel Pitch0.37 mm
Pixel DensityN/A
Connections
ConnectionDB-15
AudioNone
CameraNone
PortsNone
Power
Maximum Continuous Power90 W
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