Power Computing PowerCenter Pro

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.

Power Computing PowerCurve

The PowerCurve was a desktop computer with a 120 MHz PPC 601 processor. The CPU is on a daughter card for easy upgrade. It was the first Power Computing clone to use PCI slots instead of NuBus. It was also the first to use VGA instead of Apple’s larger 15-pin video connector.