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The PowerBook Duo 250 was a subnotebook from the PowerBook Duo line that was introduced by Apple Computer on October 21, 1993.

Features[]

The Duo 250 featured a 33 MHz Motorola 68030 processor with an active matrix (TFT) 640x400 4-bit grayscale display. The logic board contained 4 MB of RAM which could be upgraded to 24 MB. It also included an improved Type 2 battery. It was compatible with all Duo Dock models.[2]

It shipped with System 7.1 (with PowerBook Duo Enabler v1.0) and could be upgraded to Mac OS 7.6.1.

References[]

  1. Linzmayer, Owen (2004). Code Names Uncovered. Apple Confidential 2.0: The Definitive History of the World's Most Colorful Company. No Starch Press.
  2. Duo Dock by Billie Hawkins, Apple Macintosh Museum. Accessed 2021-05-02.

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Duo Dock · Duo Dock II · Duo Dock Plus | Duo Floppy Adapter | Duo MiniDock | PenLite
Third parties : E-Machines EtherDock · PowerLink Presentor | Newer Technology MicroDock · UltraDock | RasterOps DuoMate
Discontinued in 1997 and superseded by the PowerBook 2400c
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