|Introduced:||January 19, 1989|
|CPU speed:||16 MHz|
|Shipped with system version:||6.0.5|
|RAM:||1 MB, expandable to 128 MB|
|Discontinued:||October 21, 1991|
The Macintosh SE/30 is the fastest and most expandable of all the compact Macintosh series.
In the same case as the Macintosh SE, the SE/30 is differentiated by its 16 MHz Motorola 68030 processor, making it considerably faster than the SE, and in fact as fast as a Macintosh IIx. Other features include the ability to expand up to 128 MB of RAM, and a 40 MB or 80 MB hard drive as standard.
This machine was superseded in 1991 by the Macintosh Classic II, a machine which was only 60% as fast as the SE/30, and lacked an internal expansion slot.