The Power Macintosh arrives

Poole, Lon; Gruman, Galen
May 1994
Macworld;May94, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p92
Book Review
Features `Macworld's magazine's tests on the Power Macintosh's 6100/60AV, 7100/66 and 8100/80. Physical description; Color options; Software selections; Pricing; Product development schemes; Comparison with Quadra 800. INSETS: How fast is 680X0 emulation?;Untitled (test procedures on the Power Macintosh)..


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