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The NeXT (68030 CPU) computer is introduced after two years of research

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The NeXT (68030 CPU) computer is introduced after two years of research

The NeXT (68030 CPU) computer is introduced after two years of research and developed by Steve Jobs (one of the developers and inventors of the APPLE computer).

For the time being the computer is only sold to students for the high price of US$ 10.000. The limited software available is written in the language C and offers a development environment under UNIX.

Quote by Bill Gates, of Microsoft, when asked if he would develop software for the NeXT computer: "Develop for it? I'll piss on it."


 

 

 


 

The NeXT (68030 CPU) computer is introduced after two years of research

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