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Remembering the Apple I

April 10th, 2011 04:53 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


harrymcc writes “This month marks the 35th anniversary of Apple–and the 35th anniversary of the Apple I, its first computer. It was a single-board computer that was unimaginably more rudimentary than any modern Mac — it didn’t even come with a case and keyboard standard — but in its design, sales and marketing, we can see the beginnings of the Apple approach that continues to this day. I’m celebrating with a look at this significant machine.”

Source: Remembering the Apple I

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