Macintosh SE30 computer system with a built-in black and white monitor. It was introduced in January 1989 and discontinued in October 1990.

It was described as a 'pocket rocket with grunt'.

With its maths co-processor, built in hard drive and plenty of RAM, the SE30 had enough power and capacity for complex imaging work. It was also very popular as a server. Its RAM capacity was very much greater than in contemporary machines.

The Mac SE30 computer used a 30 MHz 32 bit 68030 CPU, and had 8 slots which accepted up to 128 MB of RAM. The built-in screen had a resolution of 512 x 342 with an internal Processor Direct Slot (PDS) slot which enabled an external colour monitor to be connected.

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