Sun 3/80

The Sun 3/80 resembles a a SparcStation "pizzabox"-type chassis, but it is not a member of the Sparcstation range. It is actually a Sun3 using a Motorola 68030 CPU. Because of the type of case, it's the only Sun3 "pizzabox" to allow internal hard-drives. Unlike most other Sun3's, the 3/80 uses a Type4 Keyboard. It also lacks any S-bus slots.

Manufacturer: Sun Microsystems
Date: 1989

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH43533. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

Sun 3/80


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