Loc: Florida, USA
The history channel has a little show called Classroom. Well I caught the end of it that was talking about the Apple 1. Now from what I have gathered from the net the Apple 1 was sold for $666.98 and you had to build the board, all you got was the components and the PCB board. On the Classroom show it said it was sold for 25 bucks and it was already built.
" I bought my Apple 1 or as later named the Apple-I computer back in August 1977 and I still have my original Bill of Sale and Money Order Receipt for it. The board was selling for $666.66 retail at the time. What I am going to do here is have subjects which will be links to that subject. When another Apple 1 site is done, it will be bigger and better than any other Apple 1 site that you have seen including this one. The other Apple 1 site is up, located at http://www.applefritter.com/.
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