Apple Powerbook Duo 230

The PowerBook Duo 230 was a portable notebook personal computer, manufactured by Apple Computer and introduced in October 1992. Priced at $2610, the PowerBook Duo 230 was the high end model of the two simultaneously released PowerBook Duos. The other one, the PowerBook Duo 210, was priced at $2,250. The PowerBook Duo 230 had a 120MB SCSI Hard Disk Drive. It was discontinued on July 27, 1994.

Manufacturer: Apple
Date: October 1992

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Item Manufacturer Date
Microsoft Excel - Function Reference Microsoft
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SuperPaint 1.1 Manual Silicon Beach Software 1988
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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH36112. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

Apple Powerbook Duo 230

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