The Centris/Quadra 610

Codename: Speedbump 610 (Quadra)
CPU: MC68LC040 (Centris)/MC68040 (Quadra)
CPU speed: 20 (Centris)/25 (Quadra) Mhz
FPU: available via processor upgrade (to 68040)/integrated
motherboard RAM: 4 MB
maximum RAM: 68 MB
number of sockets: 2 -- 72 pin SIMM
minimum speed: 80 ns
VRAM: 512 k - 1 MB (two sockets)
L1 cache: 8 k
L2 cache: n/a
data path: 32 bit
bus speed: 20 (Centris)/25 (Quadra) Mhz
slots: 7" Nubus or PDS
Serial Ports: 2
ADB: 2
Floppy: 1.4 MB SuperDrive
HD: 80-500 MB
CD-ROM: 2x
Display: resolutions up to 1152x870
Sound Output: stereo 8 bit
Sound Input: mono 8 bit (mono mic included)
Ethernet: AAUI-15
Gestalt ID: 52 (Centris)/53 (Quadra)
power: 86 Watts (Centris)/210 Watts (Quadra)
Weight: 14 lbs.
Dimensions: 3.4" H x 16.3" W x 15.6" D
Min System Software: 7.1
Max System Software: 8.1
introduced: February 1993 (Centris)/October 1993 (Quadra)
terminated: October 1993 (Centris)/July 1994 (Quadra)

The Centris 610 was one of the first mid-range computers to include a 68040 processor and the first Mac to be housed in the now-familiar low-profile case. It was replaced in October 1993 with the Quadra 610, which had a 25 Mhz full 68040 processor, but was in all other ways the same. The Centris/Quadra 610 sold for $2,520.

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