Little old Apple computer

From: Ian Primus <>
Date: Sun Jan 26 19:17:00 2003

Sounds like an Apple IIc. Here is a link that will give you some more
information about it - I don't
really know what it would be worth, but there were a lot of them made,
and they are really fun computers to play with. With the little 9"
green monochrome monitor that was meant to go with it, and it's
internal 5 1/4 floppy drive, it's a very small Apple IIe-like computer.
It even has built in 80 column support, and there is a switch to toggle
the keyboard layout (Dvorak or QWERTY). The main "problem" with these
machines is that they require a power adapter brick that frequently
gets separated from the computer. If you have the complete system
(computer, monitor, power adapter, and possibly a second floppy), it is
still a very useful system - I know of one guy that still uses his
regularly for word processing.

Ian Primus

On Sunday, January 26, 2003, at 06:02 PM, Shawn H. wrote:

> Hello,
> Hey, my aunt and uncle were given a little old apple computer and I
> don't think they use it at all.? I don't know what model it is, but I
> know it's ancient.? It has a little tiny monitor with a green
> display.? I think the?brains of the computer?are inside the
> the old Commadore 64s.? The disk drive might be
> inside the keyboard as well.? I only looked at it once and I wasn't
> really trying to find out what kind of computer it was so I don't know
> much about it yet.
> If this computer sounds like it might be worth something to someone
> out there, let me know and I can find out more about it.? My aunt and
> uncle are having kind of hard times because my uncle has been taken
> into the army and I'm quite sure they would be glad to sell the
> computer to someone if it's worth something.
> ~Shawn
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