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The AppleVision 1710 Display was released by Apple Computer on December 16, 1994 for Power Macintosh computers. It also supported most beige-era Macs without a built-in display. It was discontinued on August 5, 1997.

Description[]

The monitor used a Sony Trinitron aperture grille CRT with a viewable area of 16.1 inches that was capable of displaying 16.7 million colors at a resolution of up to 1280 x 1024 pixels at 102 ppi at 75.03 Hz.[1]

Connector[]

The monitor included an attached cable with a DA-15 connector (often misidentified as "DB-15"), a variant of the VGA display connector which was present on many Macintosh systems during the 1990s. However, it also required an Apple Desktop Bus (ADB) connection to support resolutions above 640 x 480 pixels.[2][3]

References[]

  1. AppleVision 1710AV/1710 Display (PDF) by  Service Source, Apple Repair Manuals. 1996-01-20.
  2. Road Apples: AppleVision 1710 Monitor by Daniel Knight, Low End Mac. 1998-12-08.
  3. Macintosh VGA, code/src wiki. Accessed 2021-06-10.

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