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Here is a very rare, possibly the only one, model of a product that was being developed in the mid 1980s which was going to be called the Apple “Multiserver”.  This was a planned OEM version of 3Com's 3Server dedicated file server from 1986. It had an Intel 80188 processor, 1MB RAM, 80MB HD (expandable via SCSI to 768MB, and connected to thin Ethernet coax, telephone modems, and Apple's LocalTalk. It ran 3Com's 3+ software for File and Print sharing, EMail, internetwork Routing.

Here is a very rare, possibly the only one, model of a product that was being developed in the mid 1980s which was going to be called the Apple “Multiserver”. This was a planned OEM version of 3Com's 3Server dedicated file server from 1986. It had an Intel 80188 processor, 1MB RAM, 80MB HD (expandable via SCSI to 768MB, and connected to thin Ethernet coax, telephone modems, and Apple's LocalTalk. It ran 3Com's 3+ software for File and Print sharing, EMail, internetwork Routing.

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New in box - #vintage apple computer #ethernet thin coax #transceiver m0329 mac, View more on the LINK: http://www.zeppy.io/product/gb/2/282024167027/

Here is a very rare, possibly the only one, model of a product that was being developed in the mid 1980s which was going to be called the Apple “Multiserver”.  This was a planned OEM version of 3Com's 3Server dedicated file server from 1986. It had an Intel 80188 processor, 1MB RAM, 80MB HD (expandable via SCSI to 768MB, and connected to thin Ethernet coax, telephone modems, and Apple's LocalTalk. It ran 3Com's 3+ software for File and Print sharing, EMail, internetwork Routing.

Here is a very rare, possibly the only one, model of a product that was being developed in the mid 1980s which was going to be called the Apple “Multiserver”. This was a planned OEM version of 3Com's 3Server dedicated file server from 1986. It had an Intel 80188 processor, 1MB RAM, 80MB HD (expandable via SCSI to 768MB, and connected to thin Ethernet coax, telephone modems, and Apple's LocalTalk. It ran 3Com's 3+ software for File and Print sharing, EMail, internetwork Routing.

Here is a very rare, possibly the only one, model of a product that was being developed in the mid 1980s which was going to be called the Apple “Multiserver”.  This was a planned OEM version of 3Com's 3Server dedicated file server from 1986. It had an Intel 80188 processor, 1MB RAM, 80MB HD (expandable via SCSI to 768MB, and connected to thin Ethernet coax, telephone modems, and Apple's LocalTalk. It ran 3Com's 3+ software for File and Print sharing, EMail, internetwork Routing.

Here is a very rare, possibly the only one, model of a product that was being developed in the mid 1980s which was going to be called the Apple “Multiserver”. This was a planned OEM version of 3Com's 3Server dedicated file server from 1986. It had an Intel 80188 processor, 1MB RAM, 80MB HD (expandable via SCSI to 768MB, and connected to thin Ethernet coax, telephone modems, and Apple's LocalTalk. It ran 3Com's 3+ software for File and Print sharing, EMail, internetwork Routing.

Here is a very rare, possibly the only one, model of a product that was being developed in the mid 1980s which was going to be called the Apple “Multiserver”.  This was a planned OEM version of 3Com's 3Server dedicated file server from 1986. It had an Intel 80188 processor, 1MB RAM, 80MB HD (expandable via SCSI to 768MB, and connected to thin Ethernet coax, telephone modems, and Apple's LocalTalk. It ran 3Com's 3+ software for File and Print sharing, EMail, internetwork Routing.

Here is a very rare, possibly the only one, model of a product that was being developed in the mid 1980s which was going to be called the Apple “Multiserver”. This was a planned OEM version of 3Com's 3Server dedicated file server from 1986. It had an Intel 80188 processor, 1MB RAM, 80MB HD (expandable via SCSI to 768MB, and connected to thin Ethernet coax, telephone modems, and Apple's LocalTalk. It ran 3Com's 3+ software for File and Print sharing, EMail, internetwork Routing.

Here is a very rare, possibly the only one, model of a product that was being developed in the mid 1980s which was going to be called the Apple “Multiserver”.  This was a planned OEM version of 3Com's 3Server dedicated file server from 1986. It had an Intel 80188 processor, 1MB RAM, 80MB HD (expandable via SCSI to 768MB, and connected to thin Ethernet coax, telephone modems, and Apple's LocalTalk. It ran 3Com's 3+ software for File and Print sharing, EMail, internetwork Routing.

Here is a very rare, possibly the only one, model of a product that was being developed in the mid 1980s which was going to be called the Apple “Multiserver”. This was a planned OEM version of 3Com's 3Server dedicated file server from 1986. It had an Intel 80188 processor, 1MB RAM, 80MB HD (expandable via SCSI to 768MB, and connected to thin Ethernet coax, telephone modems, and Apple's LocalTalk. It ran 3Com's 3+ software for File and Print sharing, EMail, internetwork Routing.

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