Macintosh Portrait Display
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Macintosh Portrait Display


The Macintosh Portrait Display is a display that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from 1989 to 1992 as part of the Apple Display series. The Monitor has been introduced on March 7, 1989 and its price started at $1049. The new Display features a 15-inch monochrome Monitor, a screen with 77 dpi, resolutions up to 640 x 870 pixels, and a DA-15 video connection. The display is designed for Macintosh IIcx. This Display has been discontinued on December 1, 1992.

Today Macintosh Portrait Display is 32 years old!

Macintosh Portrait Display – General information

Overview

IntroducedMarch 7, 1989
DiscontinuedDecember 1, 1992
Model NumberM0404 (Revision A)
M1030 (Revision B)
Order NumberUnknown
Price$1,049
ColorsPlatinum
Weight35 Ibs.
15.875 KG
Dimensions13.1” H x 11.5” W x 14.9” D
33.27 cm H x 29.21 cm W x 37.84 cm D

System Requirements

Display

TypeCRT (Trinitron)
Size15”
Viewable Area14.2”
ColorsGrayscale (up to 256 gray shades)
BrightnessN/A
Resolutions640 x 870 pixels
Viewing AngleN/A
Contrast RatioN/A
Response TimeN/A
Pixel PitchN/A
Pixel Density77 dpi

Connections

ConnectionDA-15
AudioNone
CameraNone
PortsUnknown

Power

Maximum Continuous Power75 W

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