PowerBook 150

CPU

CPU: Motorola MC68030

CPU Speed: 33 MHz

Bus Speed: 33 MHz

Data Path: 32 bit

ROM: 1 MB

RAM Type: unique

Minimum RAM Speed: 70 ns

Onboard RAM: 4 MB

RAM slots: 1

Maximum RAM: 36 MB

Level 1 Cache: 0.5 kB

Expansion Slots: modem



Video

Screen: passive matrix

Max Resolution: 2 bit grayscale 640x400



Storage

Hard Drive: 240-500 MB

ATA Bus: IDE

Floppy Drive: 1.4 MB SuperDrive



Input/Output

Serial: 1

SCSI: HDI-30

Audio Out: mono 8 bit mini

Speaker: stereo



Miscellaneous

Codename: JeDI

Gestalt ID: 115

Power: 17 Watts

Dimensions: 2.25" H x 11.25" W x 9.3" D

Weight: 5.8 lbs.

Maximum OS: 7.6.1

Minimum OS: 7.1.1

Introduced: July 1994

Terminated: October 1995

Introduced in July 1994, the PowerBook 150 was Apple's first truly affordable PowerBook. While people grumbled about its lack of an ADB port (It had only serial and SCSI ports) and fuzzy passive matrix screen, the 150 was an excellent value at $1,300. It was discontinued in October 1995.