|Company:||SGI (Silicon Graphics, Inc.)|
|Dimensions:||41 x 8 x 36cm|
|Maximum memory size:||256MB|
|Maximum number of CPUs:||1|
|uses architecture:||MIPS (Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages)|
|runs os:||SGI IRIX|
|can contain:||MIPS (Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipeline Stages)|
The Indy was Silicon Graphic's attempt to capture a portion of the low-end CAD and multi-media market. It packs a decent amount of power (though quite modest for an SGI machine) in a small desktop chassis.
It was the first machine that came with a camera that could sit on top of the monitor, and it has inputs for Composite and S-Video.
SGI Indy [R0040]
SGI Indy [R0131]