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Speed25 MHz
Memory20 MB
Hard Drive105  MB

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Release Date: 9/18/1990
Manufacturer: NeXT
Original Retail Price:
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Donated By: Scott Gregory
The NeXTstation was an "affordable" version of Steve Jobs' hardware platform that ran the NeXTStep operating system. This machine has a 68040 processor which was fairly high end at the time. These NeXT machines are becoming quite rare because there were only around 50,000 units sold of all the various models and many have since stopped working. This one produces only 4 colors (black, white and two shades of gray) and comes with a proprietary monitor. It has a high resolution of 1120 � 832 and the sound output is built right into the monitor (this is different from the color models). NeXT machines play a significant role in the evolution of the Internet, since these were the machines that first ran web browsers and servers.

Megapixel N400A Monitor

Megapixel N400A Monitor
Release Date: 1/1/1991
Donated By: Scott Gregory
The Megapixel 17 inch monitor was designed to be used with the Nextstation line of computers from Next. The monitor is capable of displaying up to 1280 x 1024 pixels. The monitor was actually manufactured by Sony and uses a 13W3 connector. This monitor is black and white.
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