AppleColor High-Resolution RGB Monitor (1991)

The AppleColor High-Resolution RGB Monitor is a CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) computer display introduced in 1987 and discontinued in 1992. This monitor has the distinction of being Apple’s first color display for the Macintosh. It was introduced along with the Mac II.

The tube size is 13 inches with a viewable size of 12.8 inches. The display uses Sony Trinitron technology.

The monitor is capable of displaying 640 x 480 resolution at 69 dots per inch and supports 24-bit color. It measures 11 inches high, by 13.5 inches wide, is 16 inches deep, and weighs 44 pounds. The monitor uses Apple’s proprietary DA-15 video connector.

Surprisingly, this monitor’s specifications are still available on Apple’s Documentation website as of June 2024.

Sources: Apple Documentation, LowEndMac

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