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'Toggle Switch' Apple-1 - number 69 in the Registry

Version

2nd batch NTI

Number / stamps / sticker

Partly visible stamp

Location

USA, New Jersey Shore
Bank safe

Verification

Existence confirmed. Known to registry caretaker or expert. According to pictures.

Condition

Working

Owner

Owner Corey Cohen

Last update

Jun 10, 2018


Website

Owner website


Description

The system is known as the “Toggle Switch” Apple-1 since it has an original Byte Shop case but has a toggle power switch and neon power indicator.
Partly visible stamp on the back. Maybe it was a round stamp with an "8" in the middle.


History

The unit was given to by the original owner to a friend in the late 1980’s in San Jose California. It was purchased from the Byte Shop in late 1976. He stored it in his attic until early 2016 when Corey Cohen purchased it and got it running in March 2016.


Components

White ceramic MOS MCS 6502 CPU (76), plastic Synertek SY6520 PIA (7630), 8 KB plastic DRAM. 1 golden and the rest blue capacitors.


Equipment

Wooden case from Byte Shop with Datanetics Rev D keyboard from September 21 1976 and power supply. Apple Cassette interface. Operation Manual. Preliminary BASIC Manual.


State

Very good


Video

VCF East XI Apple-1 demonstration by Corey Cohen
Apple-1 powerup on the 40th Anniversary & Birthday of Apple

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Change log (since March 20, 2018)

Mar 31, 2018: Components




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