Apple Macintosh PowerBook 180
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The PowerBook 180 was the first portable Mac with a 4-bit active matrix display. With a 33 MHz CPU and improved screen, it replaced the PowerBook 170 and was in very high demand through its life. Like the PowerBook 160, the 180 has a video out port supporting an external 13-inch to 16-inch monitor. With the PowerBook 160, it was the first PowerBook to support more than 8 MB of RAM.
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