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The Apple Monochrome Monitor IIe was a revolutionary display that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple from 1986 to 1992 as part of the Apple Monitor series. The monitor was first introduced on September 15, 1986, and quickly became a popular choice among Apple II, Apple II Plus, and Apple IIe users.
The new monitor featured a 12-inch monochrome display, which could display up to 80-column text and graphics with resolutions up to 560 x 192 pixels. It also featured an RCA-style phono jack connection, making it easy to connect to a variety of devices.
Despite its popularity, the Apple Monochrome Monitor IIe was discontinued on December 1, 1992, and has since become a collector’s item. Today, the monitor is 37 years old and is still remembered fondly by those who used it during its heyday.
The Apple Monochrome Monitor IIe was a significant step forward in the world of displays, and its legacy lives on through continued innovation in the field. It was a product ahead of its time, and it set the standard for future monitors.
Today, we take for granted the high-resolution displays and wide range of connectivity options that we have on our monitors, but it’s important to remember the products that paved the way for these advancements. The Apple Monochrome Monitor IIe was one of those products, and it continues to be an important part of Apple’s history.
Apple Monochrome Monitor IIe Details
|Introduced||September 15, 1986|
|Discontinued||December 1, 1992|
|Dimensions||10.63” H x 14.56” W x 12.5” D|
27 cm H x 36.98 cm W x 31.75 cm D
- Apple II, Apple II Plus, or Apple IIe
|Colors||Green phosphor (EIA Type P31)|
|Resolutions||560 x 192 pixels|
|Text Display||Up to 80 columns by 25 rows|
|Pixel Pitch||0.37 mm|
|Connection||RCA-style phono jack|
|Maximum Continuous Power||45 W|
Further Reading and References
- Apple Monochrome Monitor IIe – Computer History Museum
- Apple II Monochrome Monitors Brochure (PDF) – Mirrors Apple2
- Apple Monochrome Monitor IIe – Apple Rescue of Denver
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Last updated: April 9, 2023