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Umax Pulsar

The Umax Pulsar, known as the Umax SuperMax S900 in the American market, was a Mac clone released in 1996.  It was Umax's first Mac clone.  Umax were the only company to acquire a Mac OS 8 license from Apple.

Several variants of the Pulsar were shipped with CPU speeds ranging from 150 to 250 MHz.  Our machine is model H7VO T.

Manufacturer: Umax
Date: 1996



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Magazines RELATED to Umax Pulsar in our Library

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Personal Computer World - January 1997 1 Jan 1997

Other Systems Related To Umax Pulsar:

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Umax APUS 2000 Computer - 603e / 160 Umax 1st December 1996

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH43535. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

Umax Pulsar


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