It's called a floppy disk. They were sqaure objects, 3.5 inches across, and about 3 mm thick. They could store a whopping 400 KB of data!Phat_Pat said:What was that object that he appeared to insert into that box?
Of course it was huge, because it still isnarco said:Wow, this is amazing.
It's funny how people were applauding scrolling text and a computer that talks. That must've been huge back then.
It was the second one... Before the introduction of the Mac, Apple already had a GUI-driven computer, the Lisa. But that thing cost something like $10.000 while the mac was like $2.500 (correct me if I'm wrong...).Earendil said:year I was born
Anyone want to give background on exactly what was going on? Sadly I'm not up on my history
Was the Introduction of the Macintosh the first display of the Apple GUI? Or the first Apple GUI that the public could afford?
That is some amazing video footage! SJ, you have no idea how huge of an influence you have been to our world. Thanks for your vision and leadership!LimeiBook86 said:That was great! haha, that standing ovation was very long. Steve must have been thinking 'I'm rich!!' haha
Nope, it was something like $2.500... The Apple I was the one which cost $666. Check my above post (hey, I wasn't even born then and I know theses things... I'm such a "mac geek" )Photorun said:[...] it was the beginning of Postscript with clean graphics... all these things were firsts, all on a box that costed $666 bucks.