Motorola StarMax 4000/200
The StarMax line of computers was Motorola's entry into the short-lived Apple Macintosh PowerPC clone market. Like similar clones, it was based on the PowerPC Common Hardware Reference Platform (CHRP) and used a number of commodity "beige PC" parts to save cost, offering a marketable benefit over genuine Apple computers. Unlike "cheap PCs" it offered necessary Apple features such as mini-DIN-8 serial ports, Apple Desktop Bus (ADB), DB-25F SCSI connector, a software-control eject 3.5" floppy disk drive and signals to the power supply for software-controlled power on/off. Unlike genuine Apples, it also had PS/2 keyboard and mouse ports and a VGA video interface.