Rolled out in January 1989, the SE/30 was the first compact Mac to
come standard with the FDHD floppy drive and support more than 4MB of
RAM. It was essentially a IIx in an
SE case. Although advertised as a 32-bit
computer, the SE/30 ROMS were "dirty," containing some 16-bit code.
Running in 32-bit mode requires
The SE/30 has color QuickDraw built in, although it requires a
video card to use it.
The SE/30 offered the power of the
IIx or IIcx in a minimal footprint
configuration. With the built-in 9" screen, it was a favorite network