1984 Apple Macintosh 128k M0001 Computer - Upgraded to 512k - w/ Bonus Emulator For Sale
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1984 Apple Macintosh 128k M0001 Computer - Upgraded to 512k - w/ Bonus Emulator:
ThisMacintosh 128 (M0001), with serial numberF432JEKM0001, was the21,303rdmanufactured during the32ndweek of1984inFremont, CA.
The serial number of this Macintosh shows it was manufactured in 1984 as a 128k machine, however, you will notice that it says 512k on the back. In the following years from 1984, consumers had the option to upgrade their 128k machines to 512k and I believe that is the case with this machine as the 512k emblem on the back has the indicators that differentiate it from the machines that were originally manufactured as 512k machines.
The machine is in great cosmetic condition! The keyboard and mouse, which are not originally paired with this machine, have more yellowing than the machine itself.
- Macintosh Computer-Power Cable (not the original power cable)- Keyboard (working, non-matching serial number)- Keyboard Cover
- Mouse (working, non-matching serial number)- System 4.1Floppy (x2)- Floppy Emulator I played around with this machine everything worked as expected with one exception. The built in floppy drive does not fully eject automatically, you have to pull the floppy out by hand. If you would like to see the machine in action on System 4.1 checkout this youtube video: you are interested in the "Thinking Different AirMac" Nike AirMax style shoes, you can see that sale here: this is a vintage computer, it is being sold as is with no guaranteeson lasting functionality.