NeXT computer

The NeXT computer was a personal computer designed, developed, and manufactured by NeXT Inc. It was intended for the higher education and business markets. The machine was first sold in 1988 and was discontinued in 1993.

The NeXT computer was based on the Motorola 68000 series of microprocessors. It featured a unique object-oriented development environment and a custom built operating system called NeXTSTEP. The machine was also equipped with a high-resolution black and white graphics display, a megapixel camera, and a digital signal processor.

The NeXT computer was succeeded by the NeXTstation, which was based on the Motorola 68040 series of microprocessors. The NeXTstation was discontinued in 1995. Is NeXT Computer still in business? No, NeXT Computer is no longer in business. The company was founded in 1985 by Steve Jobs and several other co-founders, and was later acquired by Apple in 1997. NeXT Computer was responsible for developing the NeXTSTEP operating system, as well as the NeXTcube and NeXTstation computer systems. Did Apple buy NeXT? Yes, Apple did buy NeXT in 1996. The purchase price was $429 million. The deal was finalized on February 9, 1997. Does NeXT still exist? Yes, NeXT still exists. However, it is no longer in the business of producing personal computers. The company now focuses on enterprise software solutions, such as its flagship product, the NeXTSTEP operating system. How wealthy is Steve Wozniak? According to Forbes, as of March 2019, Steve Wozniak has a net worth of $100 million. When did the NeXT computer come out? The NeXT computer was released on October 12, 1988.