Apple Computer Inc.
Power Macintosh 9500/200 and 9500/180MP

Power Macintosh 9500/200 and 9500/180MP The Apple Power Macintosh 9500/180MP and 9500/200 computers are the top of the line in speed, performance, expandability, and upgradability, which is tremendous news for publishers, engineers, and multimedia professionals.

The Power Macintosh 9500/180MP computer represents a new arena for Apple; a multiprocessor system with two 180-megahertz PowerPC 604e chips, which provides simple, but powerful performance improvements for applications that take advantage of its multiprocessing capabilities. And the Power Macintosh 9500/200 is simply our fastest Apple Macintosh computer, featuring a 200-megahertz PowerPC 604e processor. With six expansion slots that support the industry-standard, high-performance Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) architecture, these two systems are also the most customizable, expandable Macintosh computers in history. PCI technology offers low-cost cards for such uses as video conferencing, video production, and high-speed networking.

Power Macintosh 9500/180MP and 9500/200 systems feature an 8x-speed CD-ROM drive for easy, fast access to CD-ROM-based materials. They run all applications written for 680x0-based Macintosh computers, as well as applications for the Mac OS that have been accelerated to take advantage of PowerPC processor technology. In addition, a number of noted developers of graphics, video, and scientific/technical applications for the Mac OS are revamping their products specifically to take advantage of the multiprocessing capabilities of the Power Macintosh 9500/180MP. These capabilities can provide significant performance improvements in processor-intensive applications such as video-editing and 3D modeling. And if you want to run MS-DOS and Windows applications, you can install a PC Compatibility Card from Apple in one of the system's many PCI slots -- and switch instantly between the computing environments.

On the communications front, these computers support both 10BASE-T and AAUI Ethernet connection.

So whether you're involved in pub-lishing, engineering, or multimedia -- or simply want the most powerful, expandable Macintosh computer ever -- one of the Power Macintosh 9500 systems is sure to meet your needs.



Features

High performance

Communications and multimedia

Expandability

Compatibility

System 7.5 software


Technical Specifications

Upgradable microprocessor

Memory

Disk drives

Interfaces

Graphics support (configured through accelerated graphics card)

GeoPort telephony *

Clock/calendar

Keyboard and mouse

Electrical requirements

ADB power requirements

Size and weight

Environmental requirements


* Requires GeoPort Telecom Adapter

Ordering Information

Power Macintosh 9500/180MP

Power Macintosh 9500/200

PC Compatibility Card Solutions

Apple QuickDraw 3D Accelerator Card
Order No. M4333LL/A

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


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© 1996 Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Apple SuperDrive, AppleTalk, GeoPort, LocalTalk, Mac, Macintosh, PlainTalk, Power Macintosh, ProDOS, QuickDraw, and QuickTime are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S.A. and other countries. AppleCD is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. MS-DOS and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. OS/2 is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation; PowerPC is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation, used under license therefrom. Mention of non-Apple products is for informational purposes only and constitutes neither an endorsement nor a recommendation. Apple assumes no responsibility with regard to the selection, performance, or use of these products. All understandings, agreements, or warranties, if any, take place between the vendors and the prospective users.

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



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