Apple Power Macintosh
Introduced in 1994 with the 6100, 7100 and 8100 models the Power Macintosh was the first Apple computers to be based around the PowerPC CPU.
An immense effort was undertaken to allow the transition over from the 68000 based cpu's to be as seamless as possible. This included an emulator built into the operating system as well as the idea of 'fat' binaries, a program with both 68k and PowerPC executable code.
- IGM - The 10 Worst Macs Ever Built
Be ashamed. Be very ashamed. If you own, have owned or laid down good, hard folding for these lemons, you, like Microsoft, have no taste. Hang your head. You're a 'bozo' who doesn't 'get it'. Now go away and cry in your coffee.
- LowEndMac: Power Mac Index
- MacGurus Motherboards Database!
- Low End Mac: Value Computing