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Macintosh PowerBook 180
Apple Computers, Inc., 1992
CPU: 68030 @ 33 MHz
Memory: 1 MB ROM, 4 MB RAM, expandable to 14 MB using a special 85ns pseudostatic RAM card
OS: Mac OS 7.1 7.6.1
Drives: 80 MB or 120 MB hard disk standard, 1.44 MB floppy disk
Size (HxWxD): 2.25" x 11.25" x 9.3"
Display: 9.8" 4-bit active matrix
Weight: 6.8 pounds
Power supply: M5651 - 19W, 2 amps
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 PB 170 and was in very high demand through its life. Like the PB 160, the 180 has a video out port supporting an external 13" to 16" monitor. With the PB 160, it was the first PowerBook to support more than 8 MB of RAM.
A real powerhouse of a machine, the 180 (in either grayscale or colour version) was everything that even the most demanding of users could ask for. It was fast, it looked great and it really did justify its relatively high price tag.