Radius was founded in May 1986 by Burrell Smith, Andy Hertzfeld, and other members of the original Mac team. Radius produced the first full-page display for the Macintosh, introducing the Radius Full Page Display for the Mac Plus.
The System 81/110 was Radius’ second Macintosh clone. It was built around a slightly modified Power Mac 8100 motherboard.
The System 100 was the first authorized Macintosh clone. It was built around a slightly modified Power Mac 8100 motherboard: Radius used a standard Mac DB-15 video port instead of the 8100’s 45-pin AV port.
The Radius Rocket was more than just another Macintosh accelerator* – it was essentially a 68040-based Mac on a NuBus card. With RocketShare, it is possible to put multiple Rockets in a NuBus Macintosh, each Rocket running its own copy of the Mac OS and handling its own set of tasks – or sharing a distributed […]
CPU-intensive applications really take off with the new Radius Rocket 68040 accelerator for NuBus machines.