The 5000-series was Motorola’s second generation Mac clone. Based on the Tanzania II motherboard with a 50 MHz bus, these tower computers provide excellent performance at a reasonable price. All models include an EDI hard drive, ATAPI CD-ROM player, and five-year warranty.
The PowerCenter Pro was available in desktop and tower configurations, with speed ranging from 180-240 MHz using the PPC 604e processor. The CPU was on a daughter card for ease of upgrade. These computers had a 60 MHz bus speed which made them faster than comparable machines at the time.