Apple II Teardown and Restoration Offers a Peek at Computing History [Video]

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Published on Wed, 06 Jun 2012 17:00:43 GMT Indexed on 2012/06/06 22:43 UTC
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In this extended teardown video, we’re granted a peek at the guts of an Apple IIe and treated to quite a bit of Apple IIe history in the process.

Todd Harrison, via his project blog ToddFun, shares videos of his Apple IIe restoration project. The videos are lengthy, but include close up examination of all the parts and lots of information about the history of the computer and its construction. You can check out the rest of his Apple II videos and posts at the link below.

Apple II Plus from 1982 teardown, repair, cleanup and demonstration [via The Unofficial Apple Weblog]

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