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One of the first Apple II computers, serial number A2S1-0082

Currency:USD Category:Memorabilia Start Price:3,000.00 USD Estimated At:3,000.00 - 5,000.00 USD
One of the first Apple II computers, serial number A2S1-0082
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First generation Apple II A2S1-0082, one of the first 100 case-designed computers built by the newly formed Apple Computer, Inc. and the model widely credited with launching the home computer market with millions sold well into the 1980s (not to be confused with the Apple II Plus, the next generation Apple). This computer faithfully served as an inventory database computer when Debbie digitally archived her collection. It’s been souped-up from the standard 8K all the way to 24K RAM, many of the ROM chips have Apple logo stickers ©1978, a built-in speaker, cassette interface audio jacks and video out on the rear panel. The power supply was replaced due to a faulty first run of power supplies under warranty. The case exhibits soiling and slight discoloration to be expected from so many years of use and the rainbow Apple logo plate is missing from the lid. An important artifact not only as a vital tool in cataloging Debbie’s extensive costume collection, but a milestone in the history of computing as well.

Condition Reports: If you wish to obtain additional information on a particular lot, or cannot appear at the viewing, Profiles may provide, upon request, a condition report. We remind prospective buyers that descriptions of property are not warranted and that each lot is sold “as is” in accordance with the terms of the limited warranty. Condition reports, as other descriptions of property, are not warranted; they are only provided as a service to interested clients.