20″ Apple acrylic ADC Cinema Display, LCD, 1680 x 1050 native resolution shown in use on a G4 Quicksilver tower in this photo from November 24, 2021. The unit is in very good condition and features a single cord ADC plug that connects to the PowerMac ADC port. A swipe of the finger on the lower right corner powers up the tower and monitor.
The Apple Display Connector (ADC) is a proprietary modification of
the DVI connector that combines analog and digital video signals, USB,
and power all in one cable. Apple introduced it with the Dual
Processor Mystic Power Mac G4 and new ADC monitors in July 2000,
removing the industry standard DVI port previously found on the Sawtooth
Power Mac G4. ADC remained a standard feature of Power Macs through the
2004 Power Mac G5; ADC was not present on the 2005 Power Mac G5, and
Apple resumed use of the DVI connector alongside ADC with the Mirrored
Drive Doors Power Mac G4 in August 2002.
Price is $100 plus shipping. The rear leg will be unscrewed for shipping to prevent damage. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel
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