DOS on Mac Card

DOS on Mac Card

An early PC add-in card for the Macintosh from Reply Corporation, San Jose, CA. It included a CPU and installed into the Mac's PDS slot, providing true DOS and Windows operation within the Mac.
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Through our agreement with Apple as their first licensee, current Macintosh users in mixed environments, whether at home or in business, have the broadest range of applications available to them using our DOS on Mac Card," said Russ Rogers, general manager of the Apple Products Business Unit for Reply.
In November of 1994, Reply became the first Apple licensee for cross-platform products with the introduction of the first Reply DOS on Mac card.
Replys DOS on Mac Cards include either a Pentium 133MHz processor on a 12-inch card or a 586 133MHz processor on a 7-inch card.
The DOS on Mac card for the 6100 provides full 486 66MHz performance as well as optional SoundBlaster and networking capabilities.
31, 1995--Fulfilling their commitment to expand the family of cross platform solutions, Reply Corporation is now shipping DOS on Mac cards for Power Macintosh 6100 and 7100/66 systems.
2, 1995--Reply Corporation today announced their latest DOS on Mac card, providing a fast, affordable way to run DOS and Windows applications on Power Macintosh 6100 systems.
With this announcement, Reply now provides cross-platform solutions for the entire Power Macintosh 7100 family, in addition to the popular Reply DOS on Mac card for Apple Quadra and Centris systems.
Reply's first DOS on Mac card for Power Macintosh systems will support the popular 7100/66 model, providing a fast, affordable way to run DOS and Windows on a Mac.
Reply's initial DOS on Mac card is compatible with Macintosh Quadra 610, Quadra 660 AV and Centris 610 computers.
Monday announced the DOS on Mac card, providing a fast, affordable way to run DOS and Windows on Apple Macintosh systems.
The Apple 6100 DOS Compatibility Card, as well as the Reply DOS on Mac cards, were originally offered with 486/66MHz processors.
Building on the popular Reply DOS on Mac cards, the higher function DOS on Power Mac cards for the Power Macintosh 7100 and 8100 computers are enhanced with true SVGA video, Pentium-level performance and optional parallel/serial ports along with the original feature set including optional Sound Blaster 16 and networking support.