Some of our readers will remember the Apple I computer that was sold at auction at the end of this year for over $200,000, it was purchased by a wealthy collector and many people, myself included thought this was the last we would hear about it.
Professors at a university in Turin, have brought this rare Apple I computer back to life, using an oscilloscope, and an NTSC monitor, plus a MacBook Pro, which was used to send a program to the Apple I BASIC interpreter.
The demonstration of the Apple I computer included a basic program, which displayed the world ‘Hello Polito’, hello Politecnico di Torino, you can find out more details about this Apple I computer over at Macitynet.
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