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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by Adam Chase, Oct 8, 2005.
in my parents workshop.. looks like an oldie.. and it has a whole 1mb of RAM lol
why did this need two threads?
Does M0001 mean it's the first Mac model ever!
If so, that's very cool!
yup thats what i just learned. its a Mac 128k the first model ever lol.. pretty crazy eh and its got a whole 1MB of ram!!
i have all the accesories and i just plugged in in a couple minutes ago and she works great.. but kinda useless i guess its just going to be a decoration for now
And probably worth a lot of money if it does work withour problems...
I hope you seriously don't think you have the first one ever, lol. (You're looking at a model number, not a serial number for the unit)
Mine also has the same model number, You'd probibly get like 10 bucks for it... mine gets used as a doorstop.
lol no i know i dont have the first ever... but i think your wrong about it not being worth anything.. look on ebay and around the net
Even if its not the first those machines are fun to playwith.
You can get a whole 1MB in an original Mac? Wowsers!
If it has 1 Mb of RAM, then it has either had a motherboard swap or a third-party upgrade like a Levco MonsterMac.
The Mac 128 had... 128 Kb of RAM.
It also had a 400 Kb single-sided 3.5" floppy disk. (gooood luck finding any of these...)
No ADB, no SCSI
Serial port for the mouse.
There are a few 512k and 1MB Macs at school. I should, uh, "rescue" them.
yeah sorry i ment it had 128k ram.. but yeah i do have that other floppy drive too.. ill take a pic tommorow and well see if its what your talking about
MB and Mb is different and so is KB and Kb
they say that, but loads of mags and sites use Gb when referring to GB.
Sell it on ebay, it's collectable