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When copy writers and copy illustrators get their wires crossed :D



courtesy DIGG
 

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Wow! How irresponsbile. Not just the photo but the copy as well :rolleyes:
 

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See we knew MS was the Evil Empire all along.....Orwell would not be surprised.
Book belonged to an 8 year old.
I suspect tho the visible Apple logo undoes any harm.
 

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MACSPECTRUM said:
does that keyboard and mouse match that, what appears to be an, apple IIe?
I don't think that's an Apple IIe, but rather a Macintosh, probably of the II series. The Apple II had an integrated keyboard:



If it's a Mac II, the mouse matches, but the keyboard could be 3rd party...
 

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no mac had a "foot" like this one does
That one had me wondering.
 

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The Apple graphic is too large for a IIsi. The base part looks like the APC unit I had under the IIsi, but it comes too far forward; it was made for that exact footprint (and the LC III or thereabouts as well).

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it almost looks like a IIsi, but not quite
 

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found it :D

Apple IIGS computer

Apple IIGS
Introduced: September 1986
Discontinued: December 1992
Price: US $999 without monitor
US $1498 with RGB monitor
CPU: WDC 65C816 @ 1.0 or 2.8MHz
RAM: 256K, 8Meg max
Display: text: 80 X 24 maximum
graphics: 640 X 200, 16 colors max
Ports: 2 serial, ADB (Apple Desktop Bus)
External floppy port, joystick port
RGB and composite video output
Expansion: 7 internal slots
Storage: External 800K 3.5-inch disk drive
OS: Apple GUI, ProDOS
 

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