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Another gem from the 1981 archives:
“The Computers are Coming”. With a cover that looks like a B-list alien invasion film, how can you not be intrigued?
“The ‘friendly’ Apple II is the standard setter for personal computers. Slick design and superior graphics provide good balance for serious business and home entertainment users. This model runs about $3,000, plus your own TV.”
How does the old Apple II stack up against today’s Mac Book Air?
Apple II (1981)
Mac Book Air (2013)
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Ohhh Apple, how you’ve grown!