NeXT Computer was the company that Steve Jobs founded after being forced to leave Apple by its board of directors in the mid-1980s. These were working computers until taken down and replaced with more modern equipment in the late 1990s. For sale are three "pizza box" style NeXTstation Color work stations, two of which are the later Turbo models, a NeXTcube, three SoundBox, (speaker-control boxes), four keyboards with mice, one NeXT MegaPixel Display that seems to be working... fine still (most of them honked out long ago), all necessary cables plus extra SCSI cables to connect peripherals. I'll throw in a NeXT Color printer and a NeXT Color Scanner at no extra cost. All of the work stations boot, though one tries to load from the network. I have long forgotten the password to the two that I used for years. Much of the advanced (for its time) functionality of the hardware and OS became the foundation for the new Apple when Jobs turned in triumph to Apple.On Jun-06-19 at 06:50:54 PDT, seller added the following information:The NeXTcube also has a NeXT Dimension Board.On Jun-06-19 at 15:32:23 PDT, seller added the following information:Image of the mother board. On Jun-10-19 at 13:02:29 PDT, seller added the following information:UPDATE 10 JUNE 2019 One of the 2 NeXTstation Color Turbo machines has a bad Seagate HD. That's why it tried to boot from a network. The other NeXTstation Color Turbo, the non-turbo NeXTstation Color, and the NeXTcube all boot into the GUI to the me account without passwords.On Jun-10-19 at 13:10:55 PDT, seller added the following information:The listed cost of shipping is for shipping within the continental US. Shipping costs for other countries may be considerably higher, and buyers are responsible for all customs fees, foreign taxes, and duties.