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 these machines offered a significant speed improvement over its 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 was introduced at the same time as the Power Macintosh 8500 and the Power Macintosh 7500. With the latter, it also shares the novel "Outrigger" case. Unlike the 7500, however, the 7200 does not have video input capabilities, It was launched at processor speeds of 75 and 90 MHz, and the slower model was replaced by a 120 MHz model 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.
Apple Power Macintosh 7200/90 Manuals:
Apple Power Macintosh 7200/90 Articles:
Magazines RELATED to Apple Power Macintosh 7200/90 in our Library
Other Systems Related To Apple Power Macintosh 7200/90:
This exhibit has a reference ID of CH45825. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Click on the Image(s) For Detail