The PowerBook 150

Codename: JeDI
CPU: MC68030
CPU speed: 33 Mhz
FPU: None
motherboard RAM: 4 MB
maximum RAM: 40 MB
number of sockets: 1 -- unique slot
minimum speed: 70 ns
ROM: 1 MB
L1 cache: 0.5 k
L2 cache: n/a
data path: 32 bit
bus speed: 33 Mhz
slots: modem
SCSI: HDI-30
Serial Ports: 1
ADB: none
Floppy: 1.44 MB SuperDrive
HD: 120/250 MB (IDE)
CD-ROM: none
Screen: Passive Matrix 2 bit (4 gray) 640x400 built-in
Sound Output: mono 8 bit (built-in speaker)
Sound Input: none
Ethernet: none
Gestalt ID: 115
power: 17 Watts
Weight: 5.8 lbs.
Dimensions: 2.25" H x 11.25" W x 9.3" D
Min System Software: 7.1.1
Max System Software: 7.6.1
introduced: July 1994
terminated: October 1995

Introduced in July 1994, the PowerBook 150 was Apple's first truly affordable PowerBook. While people grumbled about its lack of an ADB port (It had only serial and SCSI ports) and fuzzy passive matrix screen, the 150 was an excellent value at $1,300. It was discontinued in October 1995.

Picture: Apple Corporate Site

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