Apple I (April 1976 – September 1977)

Price: $666
Processor: MOS 6502
RAM: 4 KB
Clock speed: 1 MHz
Keyboard: Not included

Jobs and Steve Wozniak form Apple Computer to start selling the Apple I, a kit for computer enthusiasts.

“With the addition of a keyboard and video monitor, you’ll have an extremely powerful computer system that can be used for anything from developing programs to playing games or ­running BASIC.” —Apple I ­advertisement, 1976

Photograph by Jamie Chung for Bloomberg BusinessWeek
 
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