Apple's New Macintosh Duo System

Apple Computer

October 19, 1992

Apple Computer, Inc. today introduced a Macintosh personal computer system that combines the power and versatility of desktop computing with the convenience and flexibility of notebook systems. The new Macintosh Duo System lets users insert--or dock--a Macintosh PowerBook Duo computer into a desktop station that connects to a variety of peripherals and network resources. As a result, Macintosh Duo System users can have a complete desktop system at their office, including a large color display, full-size keyboard, and expansion capabilities; and, at the same time, have a powerful notebook computer to take with them for working away from the office.

Copyright 1992