Power Macintosh 7200
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Power Macintosh 7200

The Power Macintosh 7200 (sold as a Power Macintosh 8200 in Europe) is a personal computer designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple Computer, Inc. from August 1995 to February 1997. The 90 MHz model was sold in Japan as the Power Macintosh 7215, and the 120 MHz model with bundled server software as the Apple Workgroup Server 7250. When sold as the 8200, it used the 8100’s mini-tower form factor.

The 7200 was introduced alongside the Power Macintosh 7500 and 8500 at the 1995 MacWorld Expo in Boston. Apple referred to these machines collectively as the “Power Surge” line, communicating that this second generation of PowerPC machines offered a significant speed improvement over their predecessors. Introduced as a successor to the Power Macintosh 7100, the 7200 represents the low end of this generation of Power Macintosh, which replaced NuBus with PCI. It shares the 7500’s “Outrigger” case. At launch, the 7200 was available with processor speeds of 75 and 90 MHz, with the slower model being replaced by a 120 MHz CPU in February 1996. The 120MHz model was also available in a “PC compatible” variant, which came with a PCI card that allowed the computer to run Microsoft Windows and other PC operating systems. The card featured a 100 MHz Pentium processor.

The Power Macintosh 7300 replaced the 7200 in February 1997.

History of Power Macintosh 7200 is provided by Wikipedia

Power Macintosh 7200 – General information

Overview
IntroducedAugust 1995
DiscontinuedMarch 1996
Model Identifier108
Model NumberM3979
Order NumberM4303LL/A
M4082LL/A
M4729LL/A
M4628LL/B
M4898LL/A
Price$1,700
$1,900
$2,200
$2,300

$2,800
ColorsPlatinum
Weight22 Ibs.
9.979 KG
Dimensions6.15” H x 14.37” W x 16.93” D
15.6 cm H x 36.5 cm W x 43 cm D
Hardware
Processor
ProcessorPowerPC 601
Processor Speed75 MHz
90 MHz
120 MHz
Architecture32-bit
Number of Cores1
System Bus37.5 MHz
40 MHz
45 MHz
Cache32 KB L1
256 KB or 512 KB or 1 MB L2 (Optional)
CoprocessorBuilt-in FPU
Storage & Media
Storage500 MB
1.2 GB
Media1 – 1.44 MB Floppy
1 – 4x or 8x CD-ROM
Memory
Built-in Memory8 MB
16 MB
Maximum Memory512 MB
Memory Slots4 – 168 pin FPM DIMM
Minimum Speed70 ns
ROMUnknown
Interleaving SupportNone
Display
Built-in DisplayNone
Graphics
Graphics CardNone
Graphics Memory1 MB
4 MB
Display Connection1 – DB-15
Expansion
Expansion Slots3 – PCI
Hard Drive InterfaceSCSI
Connections
Ethernet1 – AAUI-15
1 – 10BASE-T
ModemNone
Wi-FiNone
BluetoothNone
InfraredNone
ADB1
Serial2
SCSI1 – DB-25
Floppy PortNone
Audio In1 – 3.5-mm analog input jack
Audio Out1 – 3.5-mm analog output jack
1 – Built-in speaker
Display1 – DB-15
Software
Original OSSystem Software 7.5.2 (System Enabler 701 v1.1)
Maximum OSMac OS 9.1
FirmwareMacintosh ROM
Power
Backup Battery3.6 V Lithium
Maximum Continuous Power150 W
Line Voltage100-240 V

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