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Apple Mac PowerBook 5300cs

The Apple Macintosh PowerBook 5300cs/100 features a 100 MHz PowerPC 603e processor, 8 MB or 16 MB of RAM, and a 500 MB or 750 MB hard drive in a black portable case with a 10.4" color dual-scan display. The built-in display of the PowerBook 5300cs/100 supports 8-bit color, but can support up-to 16-bit color on an external monitor with a video card. The PowerBook 5300 series was originally plagued by battery problems, but after "reworking" by Apple, the 5300 series generally performs well.


Introduction Date:

August 28, 1995

Discontinued Date:

August 5, 1996

Processor Type:

PowerPC 603e

Processor Speed:

100 MHz

Processor Upgrade:

N/A

FPU (Integrated):

PowerPC 603e

System Bus Speed:

33.3 MHz

Lookaside Bus Speed:

N/A

ROM Size:

4 MB

Data Path:

64-bit

Level 1 Cache:

32k

Level 2 Cache:

N/A

RAM Type:

70 ns DRAM card

VRAM Type:

Built-in

Standard RAM:

8 MB, 16 MB

Maximum RAM:

64 MB

Motherboard RAM:

8 MB, 16 MB 1.

RAM Slots:

1 (PB 5300 series)

Standard VRAM:

N/A

Maximum VRAM:

1 MB 2.

Standard Hard Drive:

500 MB, 750 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 3.

Exp. Bays (Free):

None

Battery Type:

PB5300 NiMH

Battery Life:

2.5-4.0 hours

Built-in Display:

10.4" Color 4.

Supported MacOS:

7.5.2-7.6.1, 8.0-9.0

Dimensions:

2.0 x 11.5 x 8.5 5.

Avg. Weight:

6.2 lbs.

Original Price:

$2800, $3500 US

Est. Current Price:

$175-$250 US

Notes:

1. Some models have 8 MB soldered, others have 16 MB soldered.
2.
A 1 MB video card can be added to support an external color monitor.
3. 2 Type II PC Card (1 Type III).
4.
10.4" Color dual-scan (8-bit, 256 colors) LCD display.
5. In inches, height x width x depth (while closed).
6. Photo Credit: Apple Computer, Inc.