Category Archives: Vintage Power Mac

Firewire Target Disk Mode

This guy has a fairly informative video on using Firewire Target Disk mode. I’ll probably be using this instructions when I get around to hooking my old iBook G3 laptop to an even older Apple Powerbook G3 Pismo that I … Continue reading

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The PowerCenter 150 Mac Clone

This is about the PowerCenter 150 Macintosh clone, built by the Power Computing Corporation. The PowerCenter series of Mac clones were 604 based computers running from 120 to 180mhz. PowerCenters were available in three styles: a standard desktop model, low … Continue reading

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Apple Powerbook 3400c

My First Laptop A laptop is a computer waiting to fall or be stolen. So far this has not happened to my Powerbook 3400c. I bought this Powerbook 3400 laptop computer from someone off the Low End Mac Buy and … Continue reading

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Apple Performa 6200

Low End Mac calls the Macintosh Performa 6200 a Road Apple… and for good reason. It is one of the worst performing Macintosh computers ever made. The reason? Here’s what Low End Mac says: “the overall computer design kept performance … Continue reading

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Apple Power Macintosh 9500

Apple’s Power Macintosh 9500 was based on the PPC 604 processor and introduced in April of 1996. It stayed in production for less than a year. It was replaced in August 1996 by similar Power Mac 9500s running on a … Continue reading

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