Power Macintosh 9600 tower

The Power Macintosh 9600 computers excelled in performance and expandability, which was tremendous news for publishers and multimedia professionals. Featuring the PowerPC processor, the Power Macintosh 9600 series offered the outstanding performance they needed to handle even the most complex … Continue reading

The Power Macintosh 9600 computers excelled in performance and expandability. The built-in Iomega Zip drive provided fast, easy storage for backup or file transfer. Power Macintosh 9600 systems made use of a tower design that provided rapid, simple access to … Continue reading

The Power Macintosh 9600/233  excelled in performance and expandability, albeit a little more slowly than the PowerMac 9600/200MP. The built-in Iomega Zip drive provided substantial, easy storage for backup or file transfer (floppy disk remained the alternative for many at the … Continue reading

Apple Power Mac 9600

The Power Macintosh 9600/300  excelled in performance and expandability, albeit significantly faster than the PowerMac 9600/233. The built-in Iomega Zip drive provided substantial, easy storage for backup or file transfer (floppy disk remained the alternative for many at the time). Power Macintosh … Continue reading

Apple Power Mac 9600

The Power Macintosh 9600/350  excelled in performance and expandability, albeit significantly faster than the PowerMac 9600/300. The built-in Iomega Zip drive provided substantial, easy storage for backup or file transfer (floppy disk remained the alternative for many at the time). Power Macintosh … Continue reading

Powermac 9500

The Power Macintosh 9500/180MP was a high-end Macintosh personal computer which was designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer. It was powered by a  PowerPC 604e processor. The CPU was connected via a daughterboard, and so could be swapped easily.  It … Continue reading

Powermac 9500

The Power Macintosh 9500/200, like the Power Mac 9500/180MP, was a high-end Macintosh personal computer which was designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer. It was powered by a  PowerPC 604e processor. The CPU was connected via a daughterboard, and so … Continue reading

The Powermac 9500

The high end of the second generation Power Macintosh line, the Power Macintosh 9500 was the most expandable PowerMac ever produced. The CPU was connected via a daughterboard, and so could be swapped easily.  It was the first Macintosh to … Continue reading

The Powermac 9500

The high end of the second generation Power Macintosh line, the Power Macintosh 9500 was the most expandable PowerMac ever produced. The CPU was connected via a daughterboard, and so could be swapped easily.  It was the first Macintosh to … Continue reading

The Powermac 9500

The high end of the second generation Power Macintosh line, the Power Macintosh 9500 was the most expandable PowerMac ever produced. The CPU was connected via a daughterboard, and so could be swapped easily. It was the first Macintosh to … Continue reading