How fast is fast?
Out of the box, the Power Macintosh G3/300 is nearly twice as fast as a computer using a 400 MHz Pentium II chip. That's not just our opinion. That's the result of tests using BYTE Magazine's BYTEmark benchmark program, an industry-accepted measure of computer processor speed. No wonder the Power Mac G3 is the fastest selling computer in Apple history.



Faster at any speed
BYTEmark tests prove that the Power Macintosh G3/300 and Power Macintosh G3/266 were almost twice as fast as the Compaq Deskpro Pentium II/400. And the PowerBook G3/292 is a Pentium-humbling 150% faster than any other notebook you can buy.


Respected ratings
A pioneering computer magazine focused on platforms, systems and tools, BYTE developed the BYTEmark to evaluate computing platforms.


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Buy one fast
Go to the Apple Store and order a Power Macintosh G3 now. Three models are available: the desktop, minitower and PowerBook. Each can be built to your exact specifications. Buying one is quick, easy and very rewarding. A fully-loaded G3 desktop, for example, is still a better value than a similarly configured Gateway PC.



Crank up the speed
Add new options and increase the speed of a Power Mac G3 to almost frightening levels. High-performance hard disks pump information through at 40MB/sec. Ethernet cards enable dramatically faster networking.


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