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Products include: (1981) Apple Computer Systems. Henry Ford knew how crucial it was to handle business details on time and on a budget. Today you have a solution that keeps you in control and saves time and money. Our personal computer. Before the Model T, only mechanics could run cars and only millionaires could afford them. Before the personal computer, only big corporations could afford to buy powerful systems and hire data processing experts. (2003) Power Mac G5 PC. The Worlds Fastest Personal Computer. The first with a 64-bit processor. The PowerPC G5 chip is based on IBM's highest performance 64-bit supercomputer processors. All inside a stunning, profession-quality aluminum enclosure that features four discrete computer-controlled cooling zones for whisper-quiet operation. (1983) Lisa Computer by Apple. The first and only computer that works in a visual way. It replaces complex computer commands with pictures familiar to anyone who's ever worked at a desk. File folders look like file folders. Memos look like memos. There's a clipboard, a calculator, even a wastebasket. Soon there'll be just two kinds of people. Those who use computers and those who use Apples. With its unique 32-bit design and 1 million characters of internal memory, it's the most powerful personal office computer ever developed. Each system gives you a whole workbench of powerful business tools, from word processing to electronic project management. (1981) Apple PC. We invented the personal computer and we specialize in nothing but. There's more software available for Apples than for any other system you can buy. And we have the most full service dealers in the industry. (1994) Apple PowerBook. With Todd Rundgren Interactive Artist and Father Don Doll Priest. What's on your PowerBook? (1994) Apple Macintosh Performa Multimedia Computer. Why is Macintosh better? Walter Mossberg noted in The Wall Street Journal on January 13, 1994, "Getting Multimedia hardware and, especially software to run on a typical IBM-compatible computer can be a frustrating - even impossible - task... In general, users of Apple's Macintosh computers face very few of these problems, because a single company - Apple... has made sound, graphics and video a priority." (2004) Apple Wireless Adapter. Wireless Internet access requires Wi-Fi Certified 802.11b or 802.11g enabled computer and internet access. Wireless printing requires Mac OS X v10.2.7 or Windows XP or 2000 and a Wi-Fi enabled printer. AirTunes requires iTunes 4.6. (1984) Apple IIc Personal Computer. The IIc is just like the leading computer in education, the Apple IIe. Only smaller. About the size of a three-ring notebook, to be exact. Built-in electronics for adding accessories like a printer, a modem, an AppleMouse or an extra disk drive when the time comes. In its optional carrying case, the IIc can even run away from home. And More!
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