Geek Fact for October 3rd


In 1995, 
Be introduced the BeBox.

The BeBox featured two 66MHz PowerPC 603, up to 256MB RAM, 16-bit CD-quality sound and four serial ports. Despite advanced features in the BeBox operating system, it was unsuccessful mainly because it was not compatible with anything else in the computing industry.

Learn more at http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1&c=1142.

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