Apple Macintosh Performa 6400/200
The Apple Macintosh Performa 6400/200 features a 200 MHz PowerPC 603e processor, 16 MB of RAM, a 2.4 GB hard drive, and an SRS 3D surround sound system with subwoofer in a sleek tower case. The Performa 6400/200 VEE (Video Editing Edition) shipped with 32 MB of RAM, a Video I/O card, and all the required software to easily make QuickTime and VHS movies. The Performa 6400/200 was the last Performa in the U.S. market. Newer Apple Computers for the consumer market were added to the Power Macintosh series.
Introduction Date: August 7, 1996 Discontinued Date: August 1, 1997
Processor Type: PowerPC 603e Processor Speed:200 MHz
System Bus Speed: 40 MHz Lookaside Bus Speed: 40 MHz
ROM Size: 4 MB Data Path: 64-bit
Level 1 Cache: 32k Level 2 Cache: 256k (optional)
RAM Type: 70 ns 168-pin DIMM VRAM Type: Dedicated DRAM 1.
Standard RAM: 16 MB, 32 MB Maximum RAM: 136 MB
Motherboard RAM: 8 MB RAM Slots: 2 2.
Standard VRAM: 1 MB 1. Maximum VRAM: 1 MB 1.
Standard Hard Drive: 2.4 GB Int. Hard Drive Type: IDE
Standard CD-ROM: 8X Standard Disk: 1.44 MB (manual)
Standard Modem: 28.8k
Case Type: Tower Form Factor: Performa 6400
Exp. Slots: 2 PCI, Com, Vid, TV Exp. Bays (Free): 1 (5.25") 3.
Battery Type: 4.5V Alkaline
Supported MacOS: 7.5.3-8.6, 9.0
Dimensions: 16.0 x 7.8 x 16.9 4. inches Avg. Weight: 44.5 lbs.
Original Price: $2800 US
1 MB of the system RAM is dedicated to video function.
This is all in excellent condition and is complete with the:
The Apple Macintosh Performa 6400/200. Serial No: Q CK650057950
Apple Creative Studio
A SCSI external HD
A SCSI Zip drive (in original box)
A1980s Apple Extended Keyboard (in original box)
A mid-1990s Apple Extended Keboard II (in original box)
A mid-to-late 1990s Apple Design Keyboard.
The original HP DeskWriter complete with user guide and Apple serial printer cable
A Zoom fax modem (14.4 Kbps) complete with cable (and box).
All very kindly donated by Mr John E Harris
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