Canon object.station 41

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The Canon object.station 41 was the first Intel 486DX4 based personal workstation that was designed to run NEXTSTEP. Its video performance was dramatically faster than any other product in its class -- ideal for the demands

The era's most powerful 486 based solution for NEXTSTEP: the Canon® object.station 41 personal workstation. It was built around the 100Mhz Intel 486DX4 processor, upgradeable to Pentium and beyond. It set new standards for video performance, driven by a proprietary sub-system that knew the difference between MS-DOS, Windows and NEXTSTEP.

NEXTSTEP and Insignia’s SoftPC were pre-installed. A SCSI controller and Ethernet were already on-board. You got four open expansion slots. There was CD-quality audio, a built-in microphone, speaker and an optional integrated CD-ROM player. Even NeXT-specific key caps and keyboard controls for audio volume and monitor brightness were provided.

Canon object.station 41

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