Apple Power Mac G4 Cube Desktop Computer

Year Model: 2000
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    he Power Mac G4 Cube is a small form factor Macintosh personal computer from Apple Computer, Inc., sold between 2000 and 2001. Designed by Jonathan Ive, the Cube was born from CEO Steve Jobs' interest in a powerful, miniaturized desktop computer. Apple's designers developed new technologies and production techniques to create the product, a 7.7 inches (20 cm) cubic computer housed in a clear acrylic glass casing. Apple aimed the Cube at customers in between the consumer iMac G3 and the professional Power Mac G4. Apple announced the machine at the Macworld Expo on July 19, 2000.
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    Model number M7642LL/A (450 MHz), Configure-to-order-only (500 MHz)
    Processor 450 MHz or 500 MHz PowerPC G4 with 1 MB L2 cache
    Memory 128 MB up to 1.5 GB of PC100 SDRAM
    Graphics ATI Rage 128 Pro with 16 MB SDRAM, Nvidia GeForce2 MX with 32 MB SDRAM, or ATI Radeon with 32 MB DDR SDRAM
    Hard drive 20 GB, 40 GB, or 60 GB Ultra ATA/66 Hard Drive
    Optical drive CD-RW or DVD-ROM
    Connectivity Optional AirPort 802.11b
    10/100 BASE-T Ethernet
    56k V.90 modem
    Peripherals 2 USB 1.1
    2 FireWire 400
    Video out VGA and ADC
    Maximum operating system Mac OS X 10.4.11 "Tiger" and Mac OS 9.2.2
    Dimensions 9.8×7.7×7.7 inches (25×20×20 cm)
    Weight 14 pounds (6.4 kg)

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