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Manufactured: July 1989
Weight: Something around 30kg
Max resolution: 1152 x 870
Connector: 13W3
Its widescreen!


I have no use for it, it works, If you live in Edmonton and want a nice piece of history just drop me an email!
 

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Manufactured: July 1989
Weight: Something around 30kg
Max resolution: 1152 x 870
Connector: 13W3
Its widescreen!


I have no use for it, it works, If you live in Edmonton and want a nice piece of history just drop me an email!
I live in Quebec, too bad!
 

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Don't be toooo tempted, if you plan to use it.

It is a non-standard connection that is only supported by a couple of Apple video cards... NuBus cards, which won't fit anything later than a PowerMac 9600. So -- yes, if you are a collector and.or have an Mac and card it'll work with.
 

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funny how I've been thinking about this lately.

Too bad I missed my chance to grab an LC 475 out of recycling! :)

Oh well... cool.
Um, I might have an old LC II with monitor and printer if you (or anyone else wants it). Local pick up (Richmond Hill) or pay for shipping. It's sitting in my parent's place in the corner. Think there's an old laser printer too (old as in Mac only, and the old connector too)
 

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Um, I might have an old LC II with monitor and printer if you (or anyone else wants it). Local pick up (Richmond Hill) or pay for shipping. It's sitting in my parent's place in the corner. Think there's an old laser printer too (old as in Mac only, and the old connector too)
Thanks, but I think I'm-a gonna' need a modern G4 machine. My wife is taking this computer so I'm going to need something for all the daily work too. :(
 
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Don't be toooo tempted, if you plan to use it.

It is a non-standard connection that is only supported by a couple of Apple video cards... NuBus cards, which won't fit anything later than a PowerMac 9600. So -- yes, if you are a collector and.or have an Mac and card it'll work with.
Actually there's more to it than that. You don't need a Nubus card to run it, it runs on almost anything that has the older style mac monitor connector and can support the resolution it requires.

I have one sitting here that works fine as well in Toronto if anyone wants to come pick it up. In fact I have a whole list of things I should put up in the classifieds that I will be happy to give away for free, a few LC475's (with working NICs!), a IIfx (that matches with that dual page display and runs A/UX) .. they all work fine (or did at last boot), and a pile more stuff I'm sure ... most works, some will be parts only. If anyone is interested drop me a line.
 

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Um, I might have an old LC II with monitor and printer if you (or anyone else wants it). Local pick up (Richmond Hill) or pay for shipping. It's sitting in my parent's place in the corner. Think there's an old laser printer too (old as in Mac only, and the old connector too)
That old laser printer might work with contemporary computers if you were to connect an Ethernet-to-Appletalk box. You might find a used one for $10 or $20. Words for my Apple Personal LaserWriter NTR.
 
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