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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Apple  APPLE IIc Plus computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Sunday 7th October 2012
Mat Payne

my parents still have one of these in their basement. still works as well! I wonder how much they are worth these days

Sunday 24th September 2006
G.Y. (Georgia, USA)

If I think I'm correct, this was the computer I remember using in Elementary School, I was in 7th grade. My teacher would set us up some work to do on this computer. Wow times have changed, now I'm 32. Commodore64 was my first computer that I got from parents, me and my brother would play games on it alot. We were around 15 yrs old at the time. Today Im on a Dell 8200 that I got back in late 2001. When you look at these computers it brings back memories.

Sunday 7th May 2006
Rev (Dallas, TX)

The Apple IIc+ was my families' first computer, and later became my first computer. I remember staring at the green glow coming from the screen, and playing variants of classic games. I can still hear the ticking from the disk drive, and the long waits for papers to print. Good times.

Monday 15th March 2004
Thor Madsen (Chicago)

I "married" into the Apple IIc. When I went back to finish my degree, I spent many a night writing term papers on this and waiting for them to print out on the dot matrix. I used the the included VisiCalc - or was it AppleCalc? - to put together our first household budgets.

Man, that monitor stand was one heavy weapon!

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