Apple Studio Display 15-inch

Introduced: May 1998
Terminated: July 2000


The Apple Studio Display 15” was a flat panel LCD screen mounted in dark blue translucent plastic.  It had two ADB ports, an S-Video port, an RCA port and two USB ports.  It was capable of displaying millions of colors at any resolution.


The Apple Studio Display 15-inch was housed in the translucent plastic that was soon to become Apple’s signature for a number of years.  However, at that time, the Apple computers that were available didn’t match-they were all still beige.  The sales were moderate, but this was the display that marked the beginning of the change over from CRT to LCD.


Type: LCD
Size: 15”
Viewable Area: 15”
Connection: DB-15 (Rev. A), VGA (Rev. B), or DVI (Rev. C)
System Requirements: System 7.5 (Rev. A) 8.0 (Rev. B) or 8.6 (Rev. C)
Integrated Audio: None
Ports: 2 - ADB, 1 - S-Video, 3 - RCA (Rev. B), 2 - USB (Rev. C)
Power: 35 W
Weight and Dimensions (US): 12.1 lbs., 15” H x 15.7” W x 9.8” D
Weight and Dimensions (Metric): 5.5 kg, 38.1 cm H x 39.9 cm W x 24.9 cm D
Colors: 16.7 million
Viewing angle:—
Brightness: 180 cd/m2 (Rev A) 200 cd/m2 (Rev B/C)
Contrast ratio:—
Response time:—
Pixel pitch:—
DPI: 85
Resolutions: 640 x 480, 800 x 600, 832 x 624, and 1024 x 768


Introduced in May 1998, the Apple Studio Display 15-inch was discontinued in July 2000.



  • Les ventes ont été modérées, mais cela a été l’affichage qui a marqué le début de l’évolution au cours du CRT au LCD.Merci by 720p HD

    camaki had this to say on May 11, 2011 Posts: 2
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