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The growing list of unsupported Macs


Out with the old, in with the new. This week's hardware releases were met with new additions to Apple's vintage and obsolete hardware lists. The following have been added, and I'm sad to say that I'm still using the Dual Ethernet Airport Base Station:

  • iBook G4 (Early 2004)
  • iBook G4 (14" Early 2004)
  • eMac (USB 2.0)
  • Apple Cinema Display ADC
  • Apple Studio Display 15" ADC
  • Apple Studio Display 17" LCD
  • Apple Studio Display 17" ADC
  • Power Mac G4 (QuickSilver 2002)
  • Macintosh Server G4 (QuickSilver 2002)
  • PowerBook G4 (DVI)
  • iBook (14.1 LCD 16 VRAM)
  • iBook (16 VRAM)
  • AirPort Base Station (Dual Ethernet)
I've also got a 20" G4 iMac and my wife uses at 14" iBook, both of which were previously added to the list. Supported or not, they're still useful -- check out this Macintosh Classic being used as a window display.

Back in 1994 my employer had several SE/30's connected via LocalTalk, and we thought that was the baddest thing on the planet. Not to mention late-night games of Maelstrom and Glider Pro. Oh, memories.

[Via HardMac]

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