The Performa 460 series, based on a Motorola 68030
microprocessor running at 33MHz.
Processor boards hold four Motorola 68030
user-processors, each with a floating point accelerator, 4 Mb of program memory, and a special-purpose processor that ensures all user processors have a common view of and simultaneous access to the PIM data memory.
0 runs as a stand-alone operating system on small devices which use Hitachi SH3, DEC StrongArm, Intel Architecture, MIPS, Motorola 68030
, Power PC, SPARC and ARM processors.
All desktop Macintosh systems with a minimum of: Motorola 68030
or 68040 microprocessor, 4MB RAM, 5MB free hard disk space, and a color monitor capable of 640 by 480 pixel resolution and 256 colors.
The PowerBook 165 achieves higher performance levels through its use of the Motorola 68030
microprocessor running at 33MHz versus the 25MHz chip used in the PowerBook 160, its predecessor.
With a 25 megahertz Motorola 68030
microprocessor, the Macintosh LC 520 offers the same level of performance as the Macintosh LC III, and comes standard with a minimum of 5MB of RAM and an 80MB internal hard disk drive.
Powered by a Motorola 68030
processor running at 33MHz, performance from the PowerBook 180c is on a par with the PowerBook 180.
The Wal-Mart Performa model is based on the Motorola 68030
microprocessor running at 16 MHz, with 4 MB of RAM and an 80 MB hard drive.
All three new Performa models use the powerful Motorola 68030
microprocessor, and offer one processor direct slot to accommodate add- in cards and feature seven expansion ports to easily connect printers and peripherals.
In addition to the new color display, the PowerBook 165c is equipped with a high-performance Motorola 68030
microprocessor, running at 33MHz, delivering power and speed that is identical to the PowerBook 180.
It is based on the 25MHz Motorola 68030
microprocessor and includes Adobe PostScript Level 2.
Like the Macintosh LC II, it is based on the 16 MHz Motorola 68030
microprocessor and delivers comparable performance to the Classic II and Macintosh LC II.