The Macintosh Performa series is Apple Computer's consumer product family of Apple Macintosh personal computers sold through department stores and mass-market retailers from 1992 until 1997, when it was superseded by the Power Macintosh 5x00 series. The Performa series was not a new line of computers, but simply renamed models from Apple's regular line of computers — such as Quadra, Centris, LC, and Power Macintosh — sold by authorized Apple resellers. The initial series of models consisted of the Performa 200, based on the Macintosh Classic II, the Performa 400, based on the Macintosh LC II, and the Performa 600, based on the Macintosh IIvx.
Introduction Date: July 18, 1994, Discontinued Date: July 1, 1995
Processor Speed: 33 MHz* Processor Type: 68LC040 This model has a 32-bit processor and a 32-bit data path. Sometimes this model is designated as having a 66 MHz processor, since the clock input runs at 66 MHz. However, the processor itself is not "clock doubled," so technically it only is a 33 MHz processor.
Memory: 4 MB of RAM
Storage: Internal Apple 1.4 MB SuperDrive, Internal 250
MB IDE hard drive
Display: 14-inch Apple Performa Display Plus
Modem: Teleport send-fax/data modem
Processor CPU Motorola 68LC040 microprocessor 33 MHz
Floppy Drive 1.4 MB Apple SuperDrive Manual Insert CD-ROM Drive
Optional Apple 300i Plus CD-ROM drive
Hard Drive 250 MB IDE hard drive
Serial Two RS-232/422 serial ports; mini DIN-8 connectors
SCSI One external SCSI port; DB-25 connector Supports up to six external SCSI devices
One Apple Desktop Bus (ADB) port; mini DIN-4 connector
Video One DB-15 monitor port on built-in video daughterboard
Our machine is in pristine condition with the original packaging, all cables, manuals, keyboard, mouse and the Apple Muiltiple Scan 15" monitor.
Performa 630 - CK4400FA3N4
Monitor - CY4346CL3AD
We are extremely grateful to Anthony Ashwell for this donation
Date: 18th July 1994
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