Seems archaic now, but at the time the Sesame Street Counting game was the bombdiggity. My first apple and the start of a love affair.

My first computer. An Apple IIe with no hard drive, Microprocessor 6502 running at MHz data bus Memory 64 KB RAM built-in 16 KB ROM built-in Expandable from 64 KB up to 1 MB RAM or more Video modes 40 and 80 columns text, white-on-black, with 24 lines&

Apple ][ Plus - This is what my elementary school had. In 1986, I used it to learn to spell 'supercalafragilisticexpialadocious'!

Apple ][ Plus - This is the computer that started it all for me. This particular model did not have a CAPS lock key.

Computer day at school was a lot like Christmas. Especially on 'Oregon Trail' day.   Yes. Yes it was! Oh my at these old school Apple computers with the floppy disk drives!

A Trip Down Memory Lane...

Apple IIe - I took an after school computer class on this in the grade. Brand new to the computer world! Old school floppy drives, separate.

SUNCOM TAC1~ANALOG JOYSTICK CONTROLLER IBM PC and Apple II compatibility *LN* #IBM

SUNCOM TAC1~ANALOG JOYSTICK CONTROLLER IBM PC and Apple II compatibility *LN

SUNCOM TAC1~ANALOG JOYSTICK CONTROLLER IBM PC and Apple II compatibility *LN* #IBM

Steve Wozniak of Apple Computer, Inc. in the late 1970s with an Apple II model personal computer. It unveiled in April 1977 and began selling to the general public in June for $1,295.  The Apple II was the first pre-assembled personal computer designed for the general market.

Inspired by the success of the Apple-I and guided by co-founder Steve Jobs' vision of an expandable, user-friendly, personal computer, Steve Wozniak designed the Apple II in

Apple II - Shepardson Microsystems, Inc. (SMI) was a small company producing operating systems and programming languages for the Atari 8-bit and Apple II computer families. SMI is most noted for authoring Atari's BASIC and Disk Operating System (DOS) products.

Apple II - Shepardson Microsystems, Inc. (SMI) was a small company producing operating systems and programming languages for the Atari and Apple II computer families. SMI is most noted for authoring Atari's BASIC and Disk Operating System (DOS) products.

Apple II (1977)

Apple II - Shepardson Microsystems, Inc. (SMI) was a small company producing operating systems and programming languages for the Atari and Apple II computer families. SMI is most noted for authoring Atari's BASIC and Disk Operating System (DOS) products.

Apple II (circa 1977)

Fourteen Ways to Celebrate the Apple II’s 35th Birthday

Apple II Plus

I pulled an Apple II Plus out of my parents’ attic. Now what?

I pulled an Apple II Plus out of my parents’ attic.

The Apple II was one of the first computer with a color display, and it has the BASIC programming language built-in, so it is ready-to-run right out of the box. The Apple II was probably the first user-friendly system.

1979 - Apple II Plus From a wooden computer box to a glass smartphone, Apple has pushed the boundaries of technology.

Apple II + (c 1979): With green on green graphics this was, at the time, the greatest of the latest!  #Apple_II_+

Apple II + (c With green on green graphics this was, at the time, the greatest of the latest! it was an Apple IIE.

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