|Name||Power Macintosh 8500|
|Manufacturer||Apple Computer Inc. (USA)||Type||Desktop|
|Production start (mm-yyyy)||8 - 1995||Production end (mm-yyyy)||- 1997|
|RAM||0-1024 MB||ROM||4 MB|
|CPU||PowerPC 604/604e - 120/132/150/180 Mhz|
|Operating System||MacOS 7.5.2-7.5.3-9.0.4|
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|Graphics||2 MB VRAM (4 MB via 2 DIMM sockets)|
|Sound||stereo 16 bit|
|Storage memory||Floppy 1.4 MB SuperDrive , CD-ROM 4x/8x , HD 1-2 GB|
|Serial port||2||Parallel port|
|Others port||1 SCSI DB-25 , 1 ADB , 1 Ethernet AAUI-15 , 1 Ethernet 10B-T|
|Original price||4000 Euro||Currency original price|
|Note||Introduced in August 1995, The 8500 brought 604 power and the PCI architecture to the mid-range, also boasting impressive AV features. The 8500 included a 120 MHz 604 processor and 24-bit composite and S-video input and output. The processor of the 8500 shipped on a removable daughtercard. The 8500 came in a mini-tower case, sold for $4000, and was "speed bumped" to 132 and 150 MHz in April 1996. It was speed bumped again to a 180 MHz 604e processor in August, and was replaced in early 1997 by the 8600.|
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