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Power Macintosh 7200/120 PC Compatible

Power Macintosh 7200/120 PC Compatible Apple's most versatile personal computer, the Power Macintosh 7200/120 PC Compatible, allows you to run more software than any other mainstream personal computer on the market.

Whether you're in business or education, this Power Macintosh computer not only is the easiest to learn and use, but also gives you the ability to run your favorite Macintosh, MS-DOS, and Windows software. It also lets you switch instantly between these operating environments with just a keystroke.

Offering a breakthrough in power and compatibility, the Power Macintosh 7200/120 PC Compatible features dual microprocessors. The PowerPC provides industry-leading performance for Mac OS applications, while the Pentium processor delivers strong performance for MS-DOS and Windows applications.

To help you get even more work done, the Power Macintosh 7200/120 PC Compatible supports two displays without the addition of a video card, so you can see your work in both environments. When using one display, the computer allows you to switch instantly from the Mac OS to MS-DOS and Windows and vice versa, so you can use your favorite Mac OS application while running an MS-DOS or Windows application in the background.

Designed to fit into your environment, the Power Macintosh 7200/120 PC Compatible supports the peripherals and network resources you already have. So you can use your Macintosh-compatible printers, modems, and displays with your MS-DOS and Windows applications. And you can connect to any mainstream network from either the Mac OS or MS-DOS and Windows.

The Power Macintosh 7200/120 PC Compatible also supports Sound Blaster-16-compatible multimedia applications, and the internal 8x speed CD-ROM drive runs thousands of Mac OS, MS-DOS, and Windows CD-ROM titles.

The Power Macintosh 7200/120 PC Compatible is easy to expand. It comes with three Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) slots (one dedicated to the Pentium PC Compatibility Card) and nine built-in ports, including an external PC game port -- so you can tailor this system to fit your needs.

If you're torn between choosing Macintosh or a Windows-based PC, Apple has made your choice easy: the Power Macintosh 7200/120 PC Compatible.


High performance


Flexible display options


* PostScript printer recommended for best performance.

Technical Specifications


Disk drives

Video support




Keyboard and mouse


Disability access

Electrical requirements

ADB power requirements

Size and weight

Environmental requirements

Ordering Information

Power Macintosh 7200/120 PC Compatible (16/8/1.2GB/CD/level 2 256K)

Product specifications are subject to change. Check with your local Authorized Apple Canada Dealer for the most current information about product specifications and configurations.

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April 1996. Product specifications are subject to change without notice. Printed in Canada.

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