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Apple Mac PowerBook 190cs

The Apple Macintosh PowerBook 190cs/66 features a 33 MHz 68LC040 processor, 8 MB of RAM, and a 500 MB hard drive in a black portable case with a 10.4" color dual-scan display. The PowerBook 190 series is closely-related to the PowerBook 5300 series, and can be upgraded to PowerPC. Out of the box, this model cannot support an external monitor, but can with an optional video card.


Introduction Date:

August 28, 1995

Discontinued Date:

September 1, 1996

Processor Type:

68LC040

Processor Speed:

33 MHz 1.

Processor Upgrade:

N/A 2.

FPU:

N/A

System Bus Speed:

33 MHz

Lookaside Bus Speed:

N/A

ROM Size:

2 MB

Data Path:

32-bit

Level 1 Cache:

8k

Level 2 Cache:

N/A

RAM Type:

70 ns DRAM card

VRAM Type:

Built-in

Standard RAM:

8 MB

Maximum RAM:

40 MB

Motherboard RAM:

8 MB

RAM Slots:

1 (PB 5300 series)

Standard VRAM:

N/A

Maximum VRAM:

1 MB 3.

Standard Hard Drive:

500 MB

Int. Hard Drive Type:

IDE

Standard CD-ROM:

N/A

Standard Disk:

1.44 MB (manual)

Standard Modem:

28.8k (optional)

Standard Ethernet:

N/A

Case Type:

Portable (Black)

Form Factor:

PowerBook 5300

Exp. Slots:

2 Type II PC Card 4.

Exp. Bays (Free):

None

Battery Type:

PB 190 Series NiMH

Battery Life:

3.0-5.0 hours

Built-in Display:

10.4" Color 5.

Supported MacOS:

7.5.2-8.1

Dimensions:

2.2 x 11.5 x 8.5 6.

Avg. Weight:

6.3 lbs.

Original Price:

$2200 US

Est. Current Price:

$100-$175 US

Notes:

1. This model is designated as having a 66 MHz processor, since the
clock input runs at 66 MHz. However, the processor itself is not
"clock doubled", so technically it is only a 33 MHz processor.

2.
Upgrades and accelerators are available.
3.
A 1 MB video card can be added to support an external color monitor.
4. 2 Type II PC Card (1 Type III).
5.
10.4" Color dual-scan (8-bit, 256 colors) LCD display.
6. In inches, height x width x depth (while closed).
7. Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc.