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|Tuesday 4th November 2014||Joe Cassara (USA)|
The story of Apple and Commodore is a little more nuanced than what you''ve written in this entry. For a more complete account, I suggest you check out Brian Bagnall''s book _Commodore: A Company on the Edge_.
Jack''s (actually, Chuck Peddle''s) interest has nothing to do with this machine''s "popularity".
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|Tuesday 22nd November 2011||rj (ulster uk)|
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|Monday 10th January 2011||Dana (Los Angeles California)|
I owned an apple 1. It came with 4 K of memory and I added another 4K so I could load Basic, from tape of course. I sold it to a computer shop in Reseda California about15 years ago, for $100. I wish I had it back now.
|Saturday 6th November 2010||Anders (Sweden)|
There is a site on the internet that sells a replica of the Apple I that you can use to try it out yourself: http://www.brielcomputers.com/replica1.html
|Thursday 5th August 2010||Artfact|
At Auction on Artfact LIVE, August 16 is AN APPLE I (APPLE-1) EARLY PERSONAL COMPUTER WITH OPERATION MANUAL, designed and hand-built by Steve Wozniak, Apple Computer Co., Pala Alto, CA, c. 1976, the fully assembled circuit board is displayed as a wall plaque with metal frame and measuring 9 x 15.5 inches. History behind the item - About 200 units were produced with an estimated 30-50 still known to exist.
Check it out!!
|Tuesday 6th July 2010||Xterra (USA)|
According to Wikipedia, the Apple I was basically just a motherboard, without case, without keyboard, without monitor. It seems like a bunch of work to me! Nowadays, you could buy a "build-your-own" computer kit, but it wouldn''t be any kind of work like this, hoo hoo!
|Tuesday 6th January 2009||Daniel|
No, the Apple I did not come in a case. Whoever bought it, and wanted to, would have to build it. The wooden case is just a surviving, and pretty, example.
|Sunday 3rd December 2006||Wills ward (USA)|
Is it made out of wood?
|Wednesday 2nd March 2005||Niles (Spain)|
There is a real Apple 1 at the Science Museum of London. I was shocked when I saw it! :P
|Thursday 10th February 2005||Stephen (California)|
I am into the apple I and similar microcomputers, and out of nostalgia I want to design an apple I-based microcomputer with a casset interface and make my own programming language and burn it in a ROM (as crazy as it sounds, it's true!) Although the only way I have ever even played with an apple I is through an emulator, I still think they are very cool indeed!
|Monday 22nd November 2004||ernest (mexico)|
COUMO: the way to save data in the apple I was in audio casettes, with a ordinary casette recorder and the casette interface, visit applefriter.com
|Wednesday 19th May 2004||ernest (mexico)|
what was the EPROM card for???
|Thursday 8th April 2004||GSGeek (Quebec, Canada)|
Counterfeits... hmmm, maybe some creative people could clone the motherboard then stuff it with appropriate IC's of that era and voila! A new generation of Apple 1s. Getting the BASIC PROM content could be trickier tough (and getting software for it :^).
|Thursday 25th March 2004||Cuomo (Toronto)|
i was looking at the Apple 1 and figured out that it had some memory and a keyboard...but what was it used for?
What did the user do with the saved data? could you save data?
please explain why anyone would spend money on this computer!
|Sunday 26th October 2003||Jon Jarmon (Tacoma Washington)|
The Apple 1 is one of the most sought after collector items for vintage computer collectors.
It's value is around $30,000.Only around 250 were ever sold.Beware of counterfeits though.
Most counterfeits are just Apple 2's components in a wooden box and are easy to differentiate from an original apple 1.
The original Apple LISA(The first model only) can be worth upwards to $10,000 with original packing manuals,software and in excellent operational condition.