Manufacturer : Silicon Graphics
Model name / type : Indy
Machine type : Unix workstation

CPU type : MIPS R4600
CPU speed : 133MHz
Amount of RAM : Unknown
BIOS/ROM/NVRAM/Boot type : SGI Firmware/NVRAM
Harddisc installed : Unknown size
Disc interface(s) : SCSI II
Other/additional storage : none (originally delivered with an 1.2MB floppy/21MB optical combo-drive).
Expansion slots : Yes...
Graphics : XL8 8bit
External connectors : Sound, Compsite video in, Indycam in, AUI and RJ45 Ethernet, SCSI-II, 13w3 SGI video, 3D glasses, PS/2 mouse/keyboard, 2xRS232, paralell
Network interface : AUI/TP Ethernet
Sound : Yes..
Operating system : IRIX 6.5
When the Indy first arrived on the scene, it was tantalizingly close to attainable. Marketed as a "cheap" Unix workstation, it was SGI's push to get people to use their machines for all types of graphics work, 2D or 3D. The Indy-cam made the Indy a perfecly suited machine for Video-conferencing, and some models shipped with Euro-ISDN.
Added to collection : 0000-00-00
Year of release : 1994