The Apple Power Macintosh 8600/200  uses the same cleverly designed case as the 9600, featuring an easily removable side panel and fold out internal case. However, the 8600 was a less costly and less expandable machine. The Power Mac 8600/250mHz … Continue reading

Apple Powermac 8600 tower

The Apple Power Macintosh 8600/250 , which replaces the Power Mac 8600/200 uses the same cleverly designed case as the 9600, featuring an easily removable side panel and fold out internal case. However, the 8600 was a less costly and … Continue reading

Apple Powermac 8600 tower

The Apple Power Macintosh 8600/300 , which replaces the Power Mac 8600/250 uses the same cleverly designed case as the 9600, featuring an easily removable side panel and fold out internal case. However, the 8600 was a less costly and less expandable machine. … Continue reading

Power Mac 8500/180mHz

The Apple Power Macintosh 8500/180, which replaced the Power Mac 8500/150, is based on the Nitro architecture, features a 180 MHz PowerPC 604e processor, 16 MB or 32 MB of RAM, either a 1.2 GB or a 2.0 GB hard … Continue reading

Little more than a PowerMac 7200 mounted inside a mini-tower case, and providing a Processor speed similar to the last Power Mac 8100, the 8200 only ever saw the light of days in the European market. With a slight speed bump … Continue reading

powermac 8200

The Power Mac 8200/120 was a replacement to the Power Mac 8100/110.  Little more than a PowerMac 7200 mounted inside a mini-tower case, the 8200 only ever saw the light of day in the European and Asian market. With a … Continue reading

powermac 8100/100mHz

Like it’s predecessor, the PowerMac 8100/80av, the Power Macintosh 8100/100AV is based onthe Cold Fusion architecture (aptly named after the “Cold Fusion” Hoax – a missing link perhaps?  Apple saw the original line of PowerMacs as the missing link between the … Continue reading

powermac 8100/100mHz

Like it’s predecessor, the PowerMac 8100/80, the Power Macintosh 8100/100 is based on the Cold Fusion architecture (aptly named after the “Cold Fusion” Hoax – a missing link perhaps?  Apple saw the original line of PowerMacs as the missing link … Continue reading

powermac 8100/110mHz

The Powermac 8115/110 is identical to the Power Macintosh 8100/110 and was sold in Europe and Asia but not in North America. The server version — the WGS 8150/110 – was sold worldwide. Specs: The Apple Power Macintosh 8115/110, based on the Cold Fusion architecture, … Continue reading

The Powermac 8100 series was released alongside the Powermac 7100 and PowerPC 6100, all featuring a PowerPC 601 processor. It replaced the Power Mac 8100/80mHz  Case designs were all re-iterations of previously used designs and the 8100 was no exception, employing the same case as … Continue reading