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Power Macintosh G3
Apple Computers, Inc., 1997
CPU: IPowerPC G3 @ 233 – 333 MHz
Memory: 32 or 64 MB Low Profile PC66 SDRAM
Drives: 4 or 6 GB ATA hard disk, 24x CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, 1.44 MB floppy, optional Zip
Operating system: Mac OS 8.0
This “Blue and White” Power Mac presented Apple’s millennial design paradigm while still using the same CPU’s as in its predecessor. The mechanism was easily accessible due to a novel folding door that swung downwards. The case design itself was codenamed “El-Capitan”. Furthermore, several ports were removed and other ports were added, such as a FireWire and USB ports. Due to the outdated CPU, it was discontinued in the same year as it was released.