Macintosh (128K) (F417567M0001)




January 1984. The Apple Macintosh was introduced. With it’s affordable graphical user interface (GUI) – things you could point to and click on such as icons, buttons and menus – it created the look and feel of a Mac. It features an 8 MHz Motorola 68000 processor, 128K of RAM or memory, 64KB ROM, and a 400k 3.5″ disk drive in a beige all-in-one compact case with a 9″ monochrome display (512 x 342 pixels). It also came with a keyboard and mouse and sold for $2495. Ports include DB-9 mouse, printer and external modem ports, a DB-19 external disk drive port, and a speaker port. The keyboard cable plugs into the front.

This is the earliest Macintosh we have in stock with all the earliest manuals and software we can put together.

Computer runs great! The 400k disk drive has been greased. The case looks nice, I’m sure it has at least light discoloration. One small scratch and a couple small scrapes on the right side.

This package includes:

  • Macintosh M0001
  • Keyboard M0110
  • Keyboard cable
  • Mouse M0100
  • Power cable (note that we have both of the earliest styles, so you can choose which one you feel came first – leave a note at checkout for left or right (last photo)
  • Picasso plastic box 922-0377A. there is a crack in one corner and some discolored areas
  • Disk label 026-2001-A
  • Macintosh manual 030-0687. There is a small tear in the front cover and the cover has yellowed.
  • Macintosh System disk 690-5003A.
  • A Guided Tour of Macintosh disk 690-5002-B
  • A Guided Tour of Macintosh audio cassette 942-0387-A
  • Macwrite/Macpaint disk 690-5009-A. A little writing on the label.
  • A Guided Tour Macwrite/Macpaint disk 690-5006-A
  • A Guided Tour of Macwrite/Macpaint audio cassette 942-0417-A
  • Macwrite manual 030-0688
  • Macpaint manual 030-0848