Apple I Microcomputer Cassette Interface

Apple I Microcomputer Cassette Interface

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Description
This green plastic circuit board made it possible to connect a tape recorder to the Apple I, and hence enter programs via magnetic tape. A mark on the edge of the board reads: APPLE 1 CASSETTE INTERFACE COPYRIGHT 1976.
Associated with this object are 2015.0001.01 (the microcomputer), 2015.0001.01.2 (a power supply), 2015.0001.01.3 a keyboard) , and 2015.0001.02 (monitor with cable).
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
microcomputer cassette interface
date made
1976
co-founder of Apple Inc.
Jobs, Steve
Wozniak, Steve
maker
Apple Computer, Inc.
place made
United States: California, Palo Alto
Physical Description
plastic (board, components material)
metal (circuitry, screws material)
green (circuit board color)
Measurements
overall: 2.1 cm x 10.3 cm x 5.1 cm; 13/16 in x 4 1/16 in x 2 in
ID Number
2015.0001.01.1
catalog number
2015.0001.01.1
accession number
2015.0001
Credit Line
Acquired in part through a generous donation from Malon D. Mimms, Jr. as well as gifts from Paul Neely, Steven Fink, and Dorothy Lemelson
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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