Apple Two-Page Monochrome

Introduced: March 1989
Terminated: December 1992


The Apple Two-Page Monochrome display was able to display two pages next to one another.  It was a 21” screen with a 19” viewable area.  The one-bit monochrome allowed for 256 gray shades to be displayed.  It had a 77 DPI and a resolution of 1152 x 870.


Designed specifically for use in the publishing industry, the Apple Two-Page Monochrome display.  The high scan rate and resolution were touted for reducing eyestrain.  It was priced at $2,149 at its release.


Type: Shadow Mask CRT
Size: 21”
Viewable Area: 19”
Connection: 13W3
System Requirements: Macintosh computer
Integrated Audio: None
Power: 100 W
Weight and Dimensions (US): 60 lbs., 19.1” H x 19.6” W x 18.6” D
Weight and Dimensions (Metric): 27.2 kg, 48.5 cm H x 49.8 cm W x 47.2 cm D
Colors: 1 bit (up to 256 gray shades)
Viewing angle:—
Contrast ratio:—
Response time:—
Pixel pitch:—
DPI: 77
Resolutions: 1152 x 870 @ 75 Hz


Introduced in March of 1989, the Apple Two-Page Monochrome display was in production through December of 1992.



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