Next Cube Computer

Next Cube Computer

Required Hire Duration

Required Working Condition

Date of Manufacture: 1988
Quantity Available: 2
Working Condition: Working
Physical Condition: Pretty Good
Original Box: No

NeXT Cube was developed by NeXT from 1988 until 1993. They ran the NeXTSTEP operating system. The NeXT Computer informally referred to as "the Cube" was released as a 1-foot (305 mm) die-cast magnesium cube with the aim of changing the way computers were used. It cost US$6500. 

The NeXT Cube achieved a high degree of notability for being used by Tim Berners-Lee as the world's first web server, and also to write the first web browser, WorldWideWeb.

Hire Charges

Hire Charges

We currently do not have our charges listed online, but we are happy to quote you by phone. Please call us on 01440 709794 and we'll be happy to help.

Minimum Order Charge

We do have a minimum order charge of £50 (excluding delivery) for all hires. This is to cover the time involved in organising and dispatching a single small item. Sorry :-(


New clients are required to pay in advance by BACS or credit card. Repeat customers can open a credit account with us on 30 days terms.

Multiple Items & Job Lots

If you're looking to fit out an entire set and need many items, we are happy to quote a discounted rate based on the quantity of items.

Dry Hire

The term dry hire means to hire an item without having a technician supplied to support it. Most of our small items are available to dry hire, but some of the more complicated equipment that require specialist knowledge are not. In these cases we will deliver the item(s) personally and set them up for you. Please call us for a quotation based on the hire period and location.

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