Apple Monitor IIc

Introduced April 1984
Discontinued November 1990
Model Number G090S
Order Number A2M4090
Support Status Obsolete
Weight and Dimensions 11 lbs., 7.3” H x 9.5″ W x 10.2” D
System Requirements Apple IIc or Apple IIc Plus computer

DISPLAY

Type CRT
Size 10-inch
Viewable Area 9.1-inch
Colors Green phosphor
Viewing Angle —
Contrast Ratio —
Response Time —
Pixel Pitch —
Pixel Density —
Resolutions 800 TV lines

CONNECTIONS

Connection RCA-style phono jack
Audio None
Camera None
Ports None
POWER

Maximum Continuous Power —
ENVIRONMENTAL

In 1984 a miniature 9″ screen, called the Monitor IIc, was introduced for the Apple IIc computer to help complement its compact size. This monitor was also the first to use the brand new design style for Apple’s products called Snow White, as well as being the first monitor not released in a beige color, but rather a bright, creamy off-white.
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PHOTO PROVIDED BY ADAM JENKINS
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