The BeBox was a two-processor PC from Be Incorporated, intended to run their own operating system BeOS. The machine was only sold for a short time.
The BeBox made its debut in October 1995 (BeBox Dual603-66). The processors were upgraded to 133 MHz (BeBox Dual603e-133) in August 1996. Production was halted in late 1996 after BeOS was transitioned to the Apple Macintosh to allow the company to focus on software. Be sold about 1000 66 MHz and 800 133 MHz BeBoxes.
The first prototypes were equipped with two AT&T Hobbit processors and three DSPs. Notable were the CPU load indicators on the front of the case, and the GeekPort on the back, which allowed experimentation. The GeekPort includes a digital and analog input and output.