|Manufacturer||NeXT, Fremont, California plant|
|Release date||April 7, 1992|
|Operating system||NeXTSTEP, OPENSTEP, NetBSD (limited support)|
|CPU||Motorola 68040 @ 33 MHz, 56001 digital signal processor (DSP)|
|Dimensions||1-foot (305 mm) die-cast magnesium cube-shaped case|
The NeXTcube Turbo was a high-end workstation computer developed, manufactured and sold by NeXT. It superseded the earlier NeXTcube workstation and was housed in the same cube-shaped magnesium enclosure. The workstation ran the NeXTSTEP operating system.
The NeXTcube Turbo was a development of the earlier NeXTcube. It differed from its predecessor in having a 33 MHz 68040 processor.
The NeXTdimension board could also be used in the NeXTcube Turbo.
There was also a very rare accelerator board known as the Nitro; between 5 and 20 are estimated to have been made. It increased the speed of a NeXTcube Turbo by replacing the standard 33 MHz processor with a 40 MHz one. Complete Nitro systems are rarely traded.
- Display: 1120×832 17" grayscale
- Operating System: NeXTstep, OpenStep
- CPU: 33 MHz 68040 with integrated floating-point unit
- Digital Signal Processor: Motorola DSP56001
- Size (H × W × D): 12" × 12" × 12"
- NeXT Press release, ...NeXT Ships its "Turbo" NeXTcube On Time...April 7, 1992 - NeXT Computer, Inc.....has begun shipments...NeXTcube Turbo workstation.
- NeXT Nitro Information[dead link] Archived April 24, 1999 at the Wayback Machine
- NeXTcube brochure