beachycove wrote:Was there more than a marketing relationship between the two machines, i.e., was there a technical/engineering connection?
beachycove wrote:And yes, I know it was a dud — mind you, this one still works, evidently, after nigh-on 30 years, so they can't all have been so bad.
beachycove wrote:A working Apple III has appeared on the market locally, making me wonder about acquiring another archaic computer for the "lab."
beachycove wrote:It was indeed the Woodstock machine, but hearing the figure of $100+ means that it is a bit de trop for me. It is a rarity, mind you, so no doubt someone will pay that much for it.
applefreak wrote:The 14,000 units of the original Apple III sold were returned and replaced with the entirely new revised model.
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