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NeXT Station

The NeXTstation was a light version of the NeXTcube.

The magnetic-optical drive has been replaced by a hard-disk, as NeXTcube users found this drive too slow compared to "modern" hard-disks available then.

The thin design of the case didn't make it possible to keep the NeXTbus slots.

There were several models, including a NeXTstation (25 Mhz), a ColorStation with color display (4096 colors, 25 Mhz) and a ColorStation Turbo (33 Mhz).

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There is a nice NeXT turbo color 33Ghz on eBay at the moment, current bid is £10 - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/280996984384

          
Monday 15th October 2012
Shad Smithe (London)

I bought a NeXTstation turbo mono about 2 years ago. I love the thing! It's amazing. I've upped mine to 128mb of ram among other things. I use it constantly.

i just got my hands on a Cube finally, the thing has been modified and holds 4 motherboards :) This thing is going to be sweet once i get it running correctly :D

          
Thursday 15th March 2007
Josh Carlson (USA)

I was lucky enough to buy a mono turbo slab complete with 400dpi laser printer.

The NeXT machines are very rare in Australia (who had the money to buy one?).

I used mine regularly untill recently (my mouse died).

I think this would have to be THE most amazing hardware I have ever owned!

          
Wednesday 30th November 2005
James (Melbourne, Australia)

 

NAME  NeXT Station
MANUFACTURER  Next Computers
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  U.S.A.
YEAR  1989
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard, 85 keys, 2 buttons opto-mechanical mouse
CPU  Motorola MC 68040
SPEED  25 Mhz or 33 Mhz (turbo)
CO-PROCESSOR  FPU Motorola 68882 (math co-processor)
Motorola 56001 Digital Signal Processor
RAM  8 Mb (12 Mb for Colorstations) up to 32 Mb
GRAPHIC MODES  1120 x 832
COLORS  NeXTstation: 4 (black, white and two shades of grey)
ColorStation: 4096 colors
SOUND  DSP Motorola 56001 @ 25 Mhz (16 bits, 44.1 Khz, stereo, 24k RAM upgradable to 576 kb)
Speaker built-in the monitor
SIZE / WEIGHT  39.8 (W) x 36.5 (D) x 6.4 (H) cm / 6 kg
I/O PORTS  SCSI internal connector, SCSI2 external port, DSP, video output, proprietary port for NeXT laser printer, 2 x RS232 connectors, Ethernet
BUILT IN MEDIA  3.5'' disk-drive (2.88 Mb), Hard-disk from 105 Mb to 1.5 Gb
OS  NextStep
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in PSU
PERIPHERALS  Modem
PRICE  NeXTstation : $6500
ColorStation : $7995


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