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OrangePC 290

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Hardware Features

  • User installable 168 pin grid array, Intel compatible 486 processors
  • Works with 486SX, 486DX, 486DX2 and 486DX4. RAM Specification: User 72 Pin SIMM, 70ns, 32 or 36 bit wide configurations allow 4,8,16 or 32MB on-board memory
  • PCMCIA Slot; A credit card sized interface for Type I or II PCMCIA cards. The PCMCIA slot is accessed through the rear of the Macintosh

Display Graphics

  • SuperVGA on any Macintosh compatible monitor, full screen or inside a resizable Macintosh window
  • Supports 640x480 in 16 and 256 colors
  • Supports 800x600 in 256 colors
  • Supports 1024x768 in 256 colors
  • Supports 1280x1024 in 16 colors

Cache Memory

  • 128K of 20ns high speed memory greatly enhances processing speed of all high performance 486 processors

Standard PC Peripheral Ports

  • Serial port; for use with printer, plotter or modem
  • Parallel port; for use with printer, plotter or hardware protection key (dongles)

Software Features

  • Runs PC/AT, 386, and 486 compatible software with full SuperVGA graphics
  • Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows NT and OS/2 Warp v.3 compatible
  • Use Macintosh or PC SCSI devices connected to Macintosh, like SyQuest drive
  • Supports Advanced SCSI Programming Interface (ASPI) to share any device on the Macintosh SCSI bus
  • Use Macintosh SuperDrive as drive A: Read and write to either Macintosh or MS-DOS floppy disks in SuperDrive
  • Use Macintosh hard disk to emulate hard drives C: and D:
  • Shared clipboard between Macintosh and Windows environments
  • Files can be accessed by both Macintosh and DOS environments
  • Read Macintosh or PC type CD-ROM disks from Macintosh CD-ROM drive
  • True dual processing; both Mac and DOS or Windows can run programs simultaneously
  • Supports Open Data-Link Interface (ODI) for PC networking and TCP/IP. Uses Macintosh built-in Ethernet or Token Ring cards

Hardware/Software Requirements

  • Power Macintosh, Mac II, Quadra, Performa or any other series computer with at least one available NuBus slot
  • OrangePC application can use little as 512K of Macintosh memory
  • Apple FDHD, and hard disk
  • System 7 with 32 bit addressing ON
  • Extended keyboard is preferred

Optional Hardware

  • PCMCIA interface cards; Ethernet, Token Ring, Sound Blaster, SCSI, etc.

See Also