The Sun-2 was Sun Microsystem's second workstation, built in 1983. Its CPU was a 68010. It ran Unix. The machine was capable of a monochrome display only
The 68010 in this machine was capible of running up to 10 MHz. The machine could support between 1 and 4 MB of RAM. Also, the Sun-2 could connect to an Ethernet network, which its predicessor couldn't. They also had support for multibus devices.
|Model||CPU board||Display||Max. RAM||Chassis|
|2/120||Sun-2 Multibus or Sun-2 Multibus Prime||Monochrome||4 MB||9-slot Multibus (deskside)|
|2/170||Sun-2 Multibus or Sun-2 Multibus Prime||Optional||4 MB||15-slot Multibus (rackmount)|
|2/50||Sun 2050 VME||Monochrome||8 MB||2-slot VME (desktop)|
|2/130||Sun 2050 VME||Monochrome||8 MB||12-slot VME (deskside)|
|2/160||Sun 2050 VME||Color||8 MB||12-slot VME (deskside)|