The SE/30 was one of the most powerful Macs of its time, often used as a file server even when more powerful models (in the Macintosh II series) were available. Because of this, people really tended to like their SE/30s. Yeah, they're dog-slow now (although I think you can still run MacBSD on them) but back in the day, they were quite the little speedsters.

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