Apple PowerMac G4 Gigabit Ethernet
As its name suggests, the PowerMac G4 Gigabit Ethernet was the first Mac (indeed the first personal computer) to come with Gigabit ethernet as standard.
It was also the first dual processor Mac available, having Dual 450 and 500 MHz options along with a low-end single processor 400 MHz model.
This G4 has all the options you'd expect, DVD-ROM at least, with DVD-RAM on higher spec machines, 2 FireWire ports, 2 USB ports on separate busses (allowing them to both be used simultaneously to the maximum USB data throughput), and a well built, easily expandable, motherboard architecture.
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Original Tech Specs
- Introduced: August 2000
- CPU: MPC 7400 (G4)
- CPU speed: 400/Dual 450/Dual 500 MHz
- FPU: integrated
- Maximum RAM: 1.5 GB
- RAM sockets: 4, PC100 SDRAM DIMM
- Minimum speed: 100 MHz/10 ns
- VRAM: 16 MB ATI RAGE 128 Pro AGP
- ROM: 1 MB ROM + 3 MB toolbox ROM loaded into RAM
- L1 cache: 32 k data, 32 k instruction
- L2 cache: 1 MB backside (1:2)
- Data path: 64 bit
- Bus speed: 100 MHz
- System Software: 9.0.4 to 10.4
- Slots: 3 PCI, 1 (2x) AGP
- SCSI: optional
- USB: 2
- FireWire: 2
- Zip: optional
- AirPort: optional
- HD: min. 20-40 GB Ultra ATA-66
- CD: DVD-ROM/RAM
- Sound Output: stereo 16 bit
- Sound Input: stereo 16 bit
- Ethernet: 10/100/1000B-T
- Gestalt ID: 406
- power: 220 Watts
- Weight: 30 lbs.
- Dimensions: 17" H x 8.9" W x 18.4"