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Take A Look At The First Apple Product And Other Vintage Apple Designs
By Izza Sofia, 19 Apr 2017
Apple I, designed and hand-built by Steve Wozniak
The new permanent exhibition in Seattle will allow Apple fans to pore over the tech giant's early designs.
The museum that is hosting it holds the ‘world’s largest collection’ of usable and restored computers. The Living Computers Museum + Labs launches its exhibit dedicated to Apple products from the first two decades of the company's history.
Drop by the exhibition and take a look at the design and progression of Apple computers, from the chunky box screen of the first Apple product—the Apple I which was released in 1976—to the current sleek iMac and Macbook Pro. The Apple I is the museum’s most prized possession, and it is the only one that is still operable for public use.
The original Apple I demo model found on Steve Jobs’ desk will also be showcased. The early history of Microsoft will also be discussed as Microsoft provided software titles for Apple computers, which aid in Apple’s growth and allow more software to run on Apple II computers.
Other machines that are included in the exhibition are the Amstrad PC1512, Sanyo MBC-550, Microsoft “Green-Eyed” Mouse, Apple III, Power Mac G4 and Microsoft SoftCard.
For a dose of nostalgia, read more about this exhibition at exhibition or head over to Digital Arts Online.
The original 1984 Macintosh design
Apple I keyboard
The only functioning Apple I
[via Digital Arts Online]
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