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The Power Macintosh 6200 is similar in specifications to the [[Power Macintosh 5200]] but is not an all-in-one form factor, allowing you to choose your own monitor size. The base 6200 model shipped with a 75MHz PowerPC 603.
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The Power Macintosh 6200 is similar in specifications to the [[Power Macintosh 5200]] but is not an all-in-one form factor, allowing you to choose your own monitor size. The base 6200 model shipped with a 75MHz [[PowerPC 603]].
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=General Information=
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The Power Macintosh 6200 was a 5200 in a Quadra 630-style case. The 6200 was sold only in Europe, but was released in the US as the Performa 6200CD, 6205CD, 6210CD, 6214CD, 6216CD, 6218CD, 6220CD, and 6230CD, each bundled with a 15" monitor, and a different hard drive. In late 1995 and early 1996, Apple released several more machines based on the same motherboard with similar specs: The Performa 6260CD, 6290CD, 6300CD, and 6310CD each running on a 100MHz [[PowerPC 603e]], and the Power Macintosh 6300/120 and the Performa 6320 each ran on a 120 Mhz 603e. They were all eventually replaced by the [[Power Macintosh 6360]].
  
 
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Revision as of 13:24, 30 June 2020

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The Power Macintosh 6200 is similar in specifications to the Power Macintosh 5200 but is not an all-in-one form factor, allowing you to choose your own monitor size. The base 6200 model shipped with a 75MHz PowerPC 603.

General Information

The Power Macintosh 6200 was a 5200 in a Quadra 630-style case. The 6200 was sold only in Europe, but was released in the US as the Performa 6200CD, 6205CD, 6210CD, 6214CD, 6216CD, 6218CD, 6220CD, and 6230CD, each bundled with a 15" monitor, and a different hard drive. In late 1995 and early 1996, Apple released several more machines based on the same motherboard with similar specs: The Performa 6260CD, 6290CD, 6300CD, and 6310CD each running on a 100MHz PowerPC 603e, and the Power Macintosh 6300/120 and the Performa 6320 each ran on a 120 Mhz 603e. They were all eventually replaced by the Power Macintosh 6360.

See Also