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The AOA Computer Museum - 1976 - Apple I
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Written by danrok   
Sunday, 03 April 2005 11:07
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The AOA Computer Museum
1975 - Altair 8800
1975 - IBM 5100
1976 - Apple I
1977 - Apple II
1977 - Commodore Pet 2001
1981 - Osborne 1
1981 - IBM 5150, The IBM PC
1982 - ZX Spectrum 16K/48K
1982 - Commodore 64
1983 - Oric 1
1984 - Amstrad CPC 464
1986 - Compaq Portable 286
1986 - Amstrad PC 1640 / PC 6400
1989 - Acorn Archimedes 3000
1991 - Dubna 48K (Soviet)
1992 - Commodore Amiga 1200
1992 - Dell Precision 386SX/25
1993 - HP 9000 Model 712 workstation
1998 - Dell Precision WorkStation 410
2000 - Compaq DeskPro PIII EXD
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Apple I

The first Apple computer brought to us by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. It had 4K of RAM and a MOS Technology 6502 microprocessor running at 1 MHz with an 8 bit data path. The display was capable of 40 x 24 characters. The Apple I was first supplied in May 1976 as a PCB only for $666.66 and about 200 were sold before the Apple II was introduced.

Wozniak was the design engineer and Jobs was the marketing man.

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The Apple I is the PCB in the wooden box.



 

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