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This article contains a list of Macintosh PowerBook computers that came with modems.
U.S. or International?Please note that the international (INTNT'L) and United States (US) versions of the PowerBook computer models listed in the chart below may vary in the types of modems that shipped with them. You should also be aware that all of the international versions of the modems have mini-DIN 8 ports instead of RJ-11 ports, each of which was designed for the appropriate country-specific DAA type.
Macintosh PowerBook Computers
100, 140, 145, 145B, 170 (INTNT'L) - Apple Fax Data Modem (2400 bps data, 9600 bps fax)
100, 140, 145, 145B *, 170 (US) - Apple Fax Data Modem (2400 bps data, 9600 bps fax)
145B * (US) - Global Village Powerport Bronze Fax modem (2400 bps data, 9600 bps fax) (service part number
150 ** (US & INTNT'L) - Did not include an internal modem.
160, 165c, 180, 180c - Apple Express Modem (14.4 bps)
Duo 200 & 2300 series (US & INTNT'L) - Apple Express Modem for Duo (14.4 bps)
500 Series (INTNT'L) *** - Apple Express Modem II (14.4 bps)
500 Series (US) - Global PowerPort Village Mercury for the PowerBook 500 Series (19.2 bps)
5300 & 190 series (US & INTNT'L) - Do not support internal modems. However, PC (PCMCIA) Card modems can be used in the built-in PC Card slot.
* Some early PowerBook 145B models did not include a modem at all while others shipped with the Apple Fax Data Modem.
PowerBook 145B Plus Pack
** Although the PowerBook 150 did not include an internal modem, it was shipped with modem patch software from Apple installed in the System folder. This modem patch software is necessary in order for a third-party modem to be installed and utilized in this computer.
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