Apple Studio Display (21-inch CRT)

Introduced: January 1999
Terminated: July 2000


The Apple Studio Display (21-inch CRT) was a Trinitron monitor with a 19.8” viewable area.  It could display millions of colors with a DPI of 85 at a number of resolutions.


Released concurrently with the Power Macintosh G3 Blue and White, the Apple Studio Display (21-inch CRT) was shipped in a Blueberry translucent case that had a similar style to the iMac. 


Product Specifications
Type: CRT (Trinitron)
Size: 21”
Viewable Area: 19.8”
Connection: VGA
System Requirements: Power Mac with Mac OS 8.0 or later
Integrated Audio: None
Power: 180 W
Weight and Dimensions (US): 77 lbs., 22.3” H x 20.1” W x 21.7” D
Weight and Dimensions (Metric): 34.9 kg, 56.6 cm H x 51.1 cm W x 55.1 cm D
Colors: 16.7 million
Viewing angle:—
Contrast ratio:—
Response time:—
Pixel pitch:—
DPI: 85
Resolutions: 640 x 480, 800 x 600, 832 x 624, 1024 x 768, 1152 x 870, 1280 x 1024, and 1600 x 1200


Introduced in January 1999, the Apple Studio Display (21-inch CRT) began shipping in Graphite in August when the new Power Macintosh G4s were released.  It was terminated in July 2000.



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