SGI IRIS

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The SGI IRIS series is a line of terminals and workstations from Silicon Graphics built in the 1980s. The early systems use the Motorola 68000 family of processors originally, and later models feature early-generation MIPS processors.

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SGI Prism SGI Altix SGI Origin 200 SGI Indigo² and Challenge M SGI Tezro SGI Octane2 SGI Octane SGI Indigo² and Challenge M SGI Fuel SGI Crimson SGI Indigo SGI O2 SGI O2 SGI Indy SGI IRIS SGI IRIS SGI IRIS SGI IRIS SGI IRIS

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