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Macintosh: 68LC040 25 MHz or faster, minimum of 12 MB RAM (16 MB recommended), 16-bit (256 color) 640 X 480 display, quad-speed CD-ROM drive, System 7.
Macintosh: Apple Macintosh with 68LC040 25MHz computer or above; 8MB RAM; System 7.
The PowerBook 190 models, available in October, are based on 33Mhz 68LC040 processors and 4Mb of RAM.
The "PC" processor is a 486 DX2 running at 66 Mhz, while the Mac CPU is either a 68LC040 66/33 Mhz or a 66 Mhz PowerPC 601.
Apple's newly announced PowerBook 5300 and 2300 series are its first notebook computers based on the advanced PowerPC 603e processor, while the new 190 models bring 68LC040 performance to Apple's most affordable line of notebooks.
It features the powerful Motorola 68LC040 microprocessor operating at 66/33 MHz (540c configurations) or 50/25 MHz (520 or 520c configurations); an Apple track-pad pointing device; 16-bit, CD-quality stereo sound input-output and built-in stereo speakers; a choice of monochrome, dual-scan color or active matrix color 9.