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Discussion in 'MacRumors.com News Discussion' started by MacRumors, Mar 14, 2017.
With that kind of money I could make a down-payment on a house in Toronto!
Which I'd already corrected... you guys are just too quick!
No problemo. The answers were funny, if not entirely informative.
I just want Apple to make a real computer again.
I still have working and networked 128k and 512k Macs. We still use them every summer for our kids camp.
Maybe someday they will be worth something. Even have an original 512k Apple cardboard box.
Can you use it with Apple Pay?
Was the title to this article cry about not getting what you want when you want it?
I want my Mac Pro!!!
I want my Mac mini!!!
I want this, I want that!!!
Until then, spam every article on the web.
And, No soldered components! Except for the odd electronic bits: resistors and capacitors.
Priced like the devil back then, priced like a devil today. Ow, Apple. xo
I'm assuming that Woz soldered every one of these personally. That would be a pretty cool bit of memorabilia.
Phil Schiller thinks it's sad someone is still using this.
Hey, how soon until I can cash in my Powerbook 5300? It doesn't even catch on fire! (Probably)
Woz are secretly soldering more of these somewhere....
Any of you haters that infest MacRumors care to guess what an original TRS-80 would go for? How about a Commodore 64? eBay is showing working Altair 8800s asking for $2000 or so. All of these were, according you haters, vastly superior to any Apple product ever produced. So why the big bucks for the first Apple’s? Stupid people? That’s your usual response.
You're correct. I can understand there are disgruntled past Apple loyalist on here, but every single thread is riddled with consistent Snark and hate. I think there's a time and place for complaining, but this thread and certainly not other threads deserve to have slap downs with whining, which takes away from the readers.
socketed chips .... How times have changed.... Now its all soldered crap. get the solder iron out for DIY stuff.
Stuff was so much simpler back then.
I would say around US$595.. Never check eBay for the source
Huh... fair enough, although I would've chosen a less satanic number [shrug]
Wonder what my 2012 Mini will go for in 10 years when there's nothing but iPhones.
"What is an iPad?"
... / car / comic book / baseball card / vase / violin / etc.
Choosing a satanic number alongside having the "byte" out of the Apple (forbidden fruit) as new logo, was their (Jobs / Woz) way of expressing freedom of thought and fight against the status quo. A hippie thing.
The manufacturer of the PCB.
I love seeing old kit. I love less seeing kit in a museum I still have plugged in to my tv such as my Sega MegaDrive (genesis I believe in the USA and other locations)!
"I am enclosing our mew catalogue"
Seems autocorrect was rubbish in 1979, too.
"functioning" is a s t r e t c h !
Got rid of the Apple ][ several years ago - after we had the Classic.
Still have the GS, Classic and Performa.
But you need at least 10%, sorry.
Pretty sure they stated it correctly. The point being, of the remaining "functional Apple-1's" only a couple have the NIT Identifier. This will bring over $600,000 USD.