According to museums curator: Functioning Apple-1 on display at Living Computers: Museum + Labs. Motherboard Copyright 1976 and black plastic 6502 microprocessor date stamped 1977.
2016. This computer has been restored to functionality, and has been on display in the museum since April 15, 2017. It is enclosed in a clear case, with a Koyo monitor and unknown keyboard (with a replacement National Semiconductor MM5740AAE/N keyboard encoder chip). This computer was originally enclosed in a custom Koa wood case. Visitors can try out Woz Basic on this computer. No handwritten number on the back.
Theory: On top you can see some little of the conformal coating is missing. My theory is, there was a label. many NTI boards got exact at his poisition a sticker with 4062 for unknown reason.
Purchased in 2005. On exhibit at “STARTUP!” New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Nov. 18, 2006 – December 31, 2016. Since April 15, 2017 on display at Living Computers: Museum + Labs.
Wooden case with keyboard. Power supply. Original Apple Cassette Interface.
This Apple-1 was formerly knows as 'Startup museum' Apple-1. According to the Living Computers: Museum + Labs it was only on loan to the STARTUP! museum.
Jun 15, 2019
Mar 21, 2018: Geo description
May 28, 2019: Website(s). Museum's website added
Jun 13, 2019: Video link(s) added
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