- Every year
- Every 24 January till 24 January
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- Location is always the same
On January 24, 1984 the first Mac was introduced by Apple.
It all started with the original Macintosh 128K, the main facts of the revolutionary Apple Computer:
• The hardware consisted of an 8 MHz Motorola 68000 processor, 128Kb RAM, 9 "(23cm) black / white screen of 512x342 pixels and a 3.5" Floppy Drive.
• The entry-level model cost $ 2495.
• The Mac 128K was provided with Mac OS System 1.0 (now this version is also available as an iPhone version).
• The standard software MacWrite and MacPaint were supplied with the Mac, both appllicaties served to support the revolutionary graphical user interface.
• The case of the 128K Mac was on the inside with the signatures of the entire Mac development team. Including the signatures of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
• From the beginning, Apple wanted to produce silent computers, meaning the Mac 128k did not have a fan.
• It was not possible to upgrade the Mac 128K, all components were highly integrated on the motherboard. If you wanted to upgrade the motherboard had to be replaced.
• The Mac 128K first came to the attention of the public during the interval of the 1984 Super Bowl. Apple had bought a complete commercial break for the public launch of the first Mac.
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