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Vaporware - Umax prototypes

Vaporware is best defined as those prodcuts you heard about, but never could go out and buy them because the company never officially releases the product. What remains are obscure press releases, random pictures, beta software, and demos of prototypes

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Piltdown Man - Power Mac 6100 prototype

Piltdown Man - front
Piltdown Man is the codename for the Power Mac 6100, one of Apple's first PPC-based Macs.

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White Powerbook 140

White Powerbook 140 - front
This is a prototype of the Powerbook 140.

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Green Color Classic

Green Color Classic - front
A prototype of the Color Classic.

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ATS Prototype Tower

ATS Prototype Tower - front
ATS never finalized or shipped this prototype tower.

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ATS Power House

ATS Power House - Page 1
A prototype tower unit, by ATS.

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ATS Power House

All the information we have on the ATS Power House is based on one brochure, provided below:

ATS Power House - Page 1 ATS Power House - Page 2

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ATS Tower IIfc

The appeal to the Tower IIfc was that it provided the user with a powerful power supply and huge, expandable case and within which to encase their Mac II series computer. All this was done at a price comparable to a stock unit. The Tower IIfc is the model most lauded in Bob Brant's Build Your Own Macintosh and Save a Bundle.

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ATS Convertible

ATS Convertible - Front
The ATS Convertible provided a way to get more life out of an aging Mac by providing drive bays, a SCSI port, and an external monitor.

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Mac 128k Prototype

Mac 128k Prototype - protologo
John Woodall has provided us with images of a prototype Mac 128k.

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