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Topic # 94597 14-Dec-2011 17:57
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Hi all, looking for an apple II computer to teach my son programing on (as I knew it on the 2e). I am aware there are emulators but I want the tangible experience from using the physical hardware itself.

Apple IIgs, IIe or Iic preferably, so if you have one of these that is gathering dust and still works and not needed I would like to hear from you.

Regards, Stefan 

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  Reply # 558062 14-Dec-2011 21:17
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last time i went into surplustronics in queen street, they had some lying around....




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  Reply # 558936 17-Dec-2011 11:15
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How long ago was that? They just seem to be cheap disco lights and PA gear now when I loooked in. Id be keen for one too if they had some




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  Reply # 559019 17-Dec-2011 16:56
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was a good few years ago...




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