AppleVision 750 Display

The AppleVision 750 Display (later named as ColorSync 750 Display) is a display that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from 1997 to 1998 as part of the Apple Display series. The Monitor has been introduced on August 5, 1997, and its price started at $999.

The new Display features a 17-inch Color RGB Monitor, pixel density up to 102 dpi, resolutions up to 1280 x 1024 pixels, 16.7 million colors, two ADB ports, and a DA-15 video connection. The display is designed for the Power Macintosh computers.

On March 11, 1998, this display has been named ColorSync 750 Display and was sold with the same specifications and price.

This Display has been discontinued on November 10, 1998.

Today AppleVision 750 Display is 25 years old!

AppleVision 750 Display
Source: wikimedia.org – AppleVision 750 Display

AppleVision 750 Display & ColorSync 750 Display Release Date and Original Price

IntroducedAugust 5, 1997
DiscontinuedNovember 10, 1998
Model NumberM2935
Order NumberUnknown
Original Price$999
ColorsPlatinum
Weight49 Ibs.
22.22 KG
Dimensions16.8” H x 16.2” W x 17.6” D
42.67 cm H x 41.14 cm W x 44.7 cm D

System Requirements

Display

TypeTrinitron CRT
Size17”
Viewable Area16.1”
Colors16.7 million
BrightnessN/A
Resolutions640 x 480
800 x 600
832 x 624
1024 x 768
1152 x 870
1280 x 1024
Viewing AngleN/A
Contrast RatioN/A
Response TimeN/A
Pixel Pitch0.26 mm
Pixel Density50 dpi
62 dpi
65 dpi
80 dpi
90 dpi
102 dpi

Connections

Connection1 – DA-15
AudioNone
CameraNone
Ports2 – ADB

Power

Maximum Continuous Power130 W

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References:
Apple Support – Apple ColorSync/AppleVision 750 Display: Technical Specifications