Designed by Jonathan Ive in a style similar to the NeXTcube from NeXT, which Apple acquired in 1996, the Power Mac G4 Cube packed a bunch of features in a small 7×7×7 inch case. Launched in 2000 with an introductory price of $1,799, the G4 Cube was discontinued less than a year later. Configurations offered for the Power Mac G4 Cube included a PowerPC G4 processor running at 450 MHz or 500 MHz, 128 MB to 1.5 GB of ram, a 20 GB to 60 GB hard drive, a slot-loading CD-RW or DVD-ROM drive and an ATI Rage 128 Pro or Nvidia GeForce2 MX. Join us as we take a first look at this awesome part of Apple’s history.
The first 16 Bit system from Apple and the fifth in the Apple II line, the Apple IIGS was released in 1986. It featured a Macintosh like look to its design and had backwards compatibility with older Apple II systems. The Apple IIGS was the first computer to use the Apple Desktop Bus or ADB port for mice, keyboards and other accessories. And unlike today’s Apple products, it had a headphone jack! Join us as we take a first look at this awesome part of Apple’s history.
Introduced in March of 1997 the Apple MessagePad 2000 personal digital assistants was one of the last Newton platform devices sold by Apple. The PDA featured a StrongARM SA-110 (162 MHz) CPU, 8 MB ROM, 4 MB RAM, 4 MB Flash memory, a 480 × 320 greyscale (16 shades) back lit screen and Newton OS version 2.1. The Apple MessagePad 2000 featured handwriting recognition software, however it as often considered to be very inaccurate.
In 1984, Apple released the Apple IIc an almost portable computer weighting only about 7 lbs. The Apple IIc was the 4th model of the Apple II series following the Apple II, Apple II Plus, and the Apple IIe. Today we unbox the computer, monitor and several accessories.
The Personal System/2 or PS/2 is IBM's 3rd gen personal computer system, that started shipping in 1987, and replaced the XT and AT systems. Today we unbox a full IBM PS/2 Model 30 system with all the accessories! Also included was an IBM 8504 monochrome monitor.
Today on UnBox Talk, the show where we unbox it, then we talk about it, we have the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K from Blackmagic Design. This amazing handheld 4K digital film camera packs a large array of features into a comfortable, easy to use camera. Starting at just $1295 (USD), the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K makes it possible for smaller creators to get amazing footage in a variety of settings.