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Apple 1984 Kiosk LaserDisc Part 1



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  1. Funny that in 1983 PC drives were 10MB and in 1988 you could get 40-80MB. I remember in '90-91 getting my first 250MB drive and thinking "How will I ever fil this up" The video above is ~22-23MB, so I would have had a tough time downloading, let alone playing it.   Check out the Timeline of Hard Drives – http://www.pcworld.com/article/127105/article.html

  2. Ah, the Apple Credit Card. Another symbol of a bygone era.

  3. Apple 1984 2014 think different change the world
    Apple 1984 2014 think different change the world

  4. SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!

  5. We had an Apple IIc+ at home, used Apple III, IIg, in school. Later on the Mac Classics and LC series, Powermac 7500, Performa's.

  6. 10mb was alot back now we have 2 million x's the storage on something 5 x's smaller

  7. It was SO hard finding peripherals for Macs back in the day, and they were so much more expensive

  8. I guess apple kicked ass back then to !!! HA

  9. @mickeymoosf wow they were overpriced back then two.

  10. I want that harddisc drive…and I want it bad!

  11. The only limit to what it can do is how much money you have lol.

  12. @dantendo2 I still have mine from when I bought my IIsi – lol (the accounts aren't valid anymore I don't think…)

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