Vintage Apple Macintosh PowerBook G3 Wallstreet OS 9.0 233 MHz, 96MB RAM, 4GBHD For Sale
Vintage Apple Macintosh PowerBook G3 Wallstreet OS 9.0 233 MHz, 96MB RAM, 4GBHD:
- Monitor Size 13.3 Inch
- Battery: Working
- 20X tray-loading CD-ROM:Working
- VST SuperDisk Drive: Working
- Floppy Drive: Unsure if working. Mac will not format a blank disc
The PowerBook G3/233 (Wallstreet) -- formally a member of the "PowerBook G3 Series" as dubbed by Apple, but more commonly referred to by its codename of "Wallstreet" -- features a 233 MHz PowerPC 740 (G3) processor (no backside cache), 96 MB of RAM, 2 MB or 4 MB of SGRAM for video, a 4.0 GB hard drive, and a 20X tray-loading CD-ROM drive in a curvaceous black portable case with either a 12.1" STN (passive matrix), 13.3" TFT, or 14.1" TFT color display.
The Wallstreet "PowerBook G3 Series" has 2D/3D graphics acceleration, "zoomed video" support, dual "hot-swappable" bays which both can hold batteries or expansion modules (the left is a 3.5" bay and the right a 5.25" bay), dual Card Bus compatible PC card slots, and a new "fn" key which creates a numerical keyboard for quicker data entry. The 13.3-inch and 14.1-inch models have S-video out as well.
The Wallstreet "PowerBook G3 Series" additionally was the first PowerBook line available "buld to order", and as a result, there were many possible configurations of the PowerBook G3/233 (Wallstreet). M6359LL/A had a 12.1-inch passive matrix display, no modem, and no floppy drive, and sold for US$2299. M6481LL/A had a 13.3-inch active matrix display and sold for US$2999, and M6484LL/A had a 14.1-inch active matrix display and sold for US$3499. Other configurations were available as well.