NeXTcube

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The NeXTcube is a high-end workstation computer developed, manufactured, and sold by NeXT from 1990 until 1993.wikipedia
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NeXTSTEP

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The workstation runs the NeXTSTEP operating system and was launched with a US$10000 list price.
It was developed by NeXT Computer in the late 1980s and early 1990s and was initially used for its range of proprietary workstation computers such as the NeXTcube.

NeXT

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The NeXTcube is a high-end workstation computer developed, manufactured, and sold by NeXT from 1990 until 1993.
The new range included a revised NeXT Computer, renamed the NeXTcube, and the NeXTstation, nicknamed "the slab", which has a "pizza box" case form-factor.

NeXTcube Turbo

A 33 MHz NeXTcube Turbo was produced later.
It superseded the earlier NeXTcube workstation and was housed in the same cube-shaped magnesium enclosure.

NeXTdimension

NeXT released the NeXTdimension for the NeXTcube, a circuit board based on an Intel i860 processor, which offers 32-bit PostScript color display and video-sampling features.
NeXTdimension (ND) was an accelerated 32-bit color board manufactured and sold by NeXT from 1991 that gave the NeXTcube color capabilities with PostScript planned.

NeXT Computer

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It superseded the original NeXT Computer workstation and is housed in a similar cube-shaped magnesium enclosure.

Power Mac G4 Cube

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Designed by Jonathan Ive, its cube shape is reminiscent of the NeXTcube from NeXT, acquired by Apple in 1996.

NeXTstation

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The NeXTstation was released as a more affordable alternative to the NeXTcube at about US$4,995 or about half the price.

NetBSD

Workstation

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The NeXTcube is a high-end workstation computer developed, manufactured, and sold by NeXT from 1990 until 1993.

Motorola 68040

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It differs from its predecessor in having a 25 MHz 68040 processor, larger hard disks in place of the magneto-optical drive, and an optional floppy disk drive.

Magneto-optical drive

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It differs from its predecessor in having a 25 MHz 68040 processor, larger hard disks in place of the magneto-optical drive, and an optional floppy disk drive.

Floppy disk

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It differs from its predecessor in having a 25 MHz 68040 processor, larger hard disks in place of the magneto-optical drive, and an optional floppy disk drive.

Printed circuit board

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NeXT released the NeXTdimension for the NeXTcube, a circuit board based on an Intel i860 processor, which offers 32-bit PostScript color display and video-sampling features.

Intel i860

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NeXT released the NeXTdimension for the NeXTcube, a circuit board based on an Intel i860 processor, which offers 32-bit PostScript color display and video-sampling features.

PostScript

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NeXT released the NeXTdimension for the NeXTcube, a circuit board based on an Intel i860 processor, which offers 32-bit PostScript color display and video-sampling features.

Operating system

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The workstation runs the NeXTSTEP operating system and was launched with a US$10000 list price.

Apple Inc.

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OpenStep

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Official versions of Doom

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This was the version that the MS-DOS product emerged from, since, at the time, id Software was using a NeXTcube for its graphic-engine development.