The Original Apple Computer “Apple I” in 1976.

This is the original Apple Computer, namedas “Apple I”. It was released by the Apple Computer Companyin 1976. “Apple I” computers were designed and hand-builtby Steve Wozniak, a friend of Steve Jobs. It was demonstrated in July 1976 at the HomebrewComputer Club in Palo Alto, California The owner of the computer store “Byte Shop”was impressed by what “hes seen” and promised to buy 50 perfectly assembled computers. The Apple 1 went on sale in July 1976 at aprice of US $666.66 About 200 units were produced.Apple I computers contributed significantlyto the microcomputer revolution. The Apple I was a perfectly made circuitboard containing more than 60 microchips. However, to make a working computer, usersstill had to add a occasion, power supply transformers, dominance substitution, ASCII keyboard, and compositevideo display. This is the Introductory advertisement forthe Apple I Computer. Steve Wozniak constructed the Apple I to run BASIC, so games could be programmed and played on it. It was a game machine for the best part. It had 6502 Microprocessor and 8KB RAM. The peripheral rig such as power pack, keyboard, check and cassette recorder had to be obtained personallyby the user. And, Apple I computer yield was discontinuedin September 1977. Right now, only few Apple 1 computers areavailable in working surrounding. So, they are selling at very high price throughauctions ..

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