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The Power Macintosh 5200 was also under the Performa product
The Power Macintosh 5200 was also under the Performa product . Early versions of the 5200 used the PowerPC 603 processor, while the 5260model used the PowerPC 603e processor
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The Power Macintosh 5200 was also under the Performa and LC product names. Early versions of the 5200 used the PowerPC 603 processor, while the Power Macintosh 5260 model used the PowerPC 603e processor.
Introduced in April 1995, The 5200 LC was the first LC model with a PowerPC chip. Released initially only in educational markets, the 5200 LC was powered by a 75MHz PowerPC 603 processor, a lower voltage variant of the 601, and came in a restyled LC 550 all-in-one case. It sold for $2000, and was replaced in April 1996 by the faster 5260, which had a 100 Mhz 603e and was available in consumer markets (the 5260 had a smaller 14" Monitor). The 5200 was also released in Apple's Performa line as the Performa 5200CD, 5210CD, 5215CD, 5220CD, 5260CD, 5270CD,5280CD, 5300CD and 5320CD, each of which had different hardware and software bundles. There was also a 5300 LC and 5320 LC released to the educational market, which had the same design but with 100 or 120 Mhz 603e processors.