Personal computer, 'Apple I', timber / plastic / metal / electronic components, designed by Steve Wozniak, made by Apple Computer, Palo Alto, California, United States of America, 1976. The Apple I is housed in a tan leather briefcase. The open briefcase reveals the Apple I printed circuit board and components attached to the underside of the briefcase lid. The briefcase compartment contains the power supply in the upper left with a small piece of paper taped on top printed with instructions and a mains power lead with plug for removal and attachment to a power source, to the upper right is the cassette tape player which can be used to load and record instructions from the computer, a QWERTY keyboard is mounted in front of these items and may be removed from the case for placement in front of the user. The tan leather briefcase has a combination lock and the hinges at the back are broken.


Get the app

Explore museums and play with Art Transfer, Pocket Galleries, Art Selfie, and more


Google apps