Macintosh Quadra 610

The Macintosh Quadra 610, originally called the Macintosh Centris 610, is a personal computer designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer from February 1993 to July 1994. The Centris 610 was introduced alongside the larger Centris 650 as the replacement for the Macintosh IIsi, and it was intended as the start of the new midrange Centris line of computers. Later in 1993, Apple decided to follow an emerging industry trend of naming product families for their target customers – Quadra for business, LC for education, and Performa for home – and folded the Centris 610 into the Quadra family.

The 610 is the second Macintosh case design (after the Macintosh LC family) to use a pizza box form factor; it was later used for the Centris / Quadra 660AV and the Power Macintosh 6100. The Quadra 610 was also sold in a “DOS compatible” model with an additional 486SX processor at 25 MHz on a Processor Direct Slot card.
A server variant, the Workgroup Server 60, was introduced in July 1993 with a 20 MHz processor, which received the same 25 MHz upgrade in October. A “DOS Compatible” version was introduced in February 1994 as a way for Apple to judge whether the market would be interested in a Macintosh that could also run DOS. The product was deemed by Apple a success, selling all 25,000 units that were produced in two months.

The Quadra 610 was replaced with the Quadra 630 in July 1994, and the Workgroup Server 6150 replaced the Workgroup Server 60 as Apple’s entry-level server offering.

History of Macintosh Quadra 610 is provided by wikipedia

Macintosh Quadra 610 – General information

Overview
IntroducedOctober 1993
DiscontinuedJuly 1994
Model Identifier53
Model NumberM2113
Order NumberM2372LL/A
M2099LL/A
M2322LL/A
Price$1,440
$1,650

$2,100
ColorsPlatinum
Weight14 Ibs.
6.350 KG
Dimensions3.4” H x 16.3” W x 15.6” D
8.63 cm H x 41.4 cm W x 39.62 cm D
Hardware
Processor
ProcessorMotorola 68LC040
Motorola 68040
Processor Speed25 MHz
Architecture32-bit
Number of Cores1
System Bus25 MHz
Cache8 KB L1
CoprocessorNone (68LC040)
Integrated FPU (68040)
Storage & Media
Storage80 MB
230 MB
500 MB
Media1 – 1.44 MB Floppy
2 – CD-ROM
Memory
Built-in Memory4 MB
Maximum Memory68 MB
Memory Slots2 – 72 pin SIMM
Minimum Speed80 ns
ROMUnknown
Interleaving SupportNo
Display
Built-in DisplayNone
Graphics
Graphics CardNone
Graphics Memory512 KB
1 MB
Display Connection1 – DB-15
Expansion
Expansion Slots1 – 7″ NuBus or PDS (Cache Bus)
Hard Drive InterfaceSCSI
Software
Original OSSystem Software 7.1 (System Enabler 040 v1.0)
Maximum OSSystem 8.1
FirmwareMacintosh ROM
Connections
EthernetAAUI-15
ModemNone
ADB2
Serial2
SCSI1 – DB-25
Floppy PortNone
Audio In1 – 3.5-mm mono input jack
Audio Out1 – 3.5-mm stereo output jack
Display1 – DB-15
Power
Backup Battery3.6 V lithium
Maximum Continuous Power210 W
Line VoltageUnknown
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Source: Wikipedia, Zol, Apple

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