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Monitor

Monitor

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Description
This moniter was a component of the Apple II marketed by Bell & Howell. The case is black metal instead of the usual "platinum" color of the Apple II. The Black Apple had extra audio and video slots, making it more versatile as an educational tool. Apple was able to gain wide recognition in educational institutions by using Bell & Howell's reputation.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
Microcomputer Monitor
Date made
January 1984
maker
NEC
place made
Japan
Measurements
overall: 30.3 cm x 35.5 cm x 34 cm; 11 15/16 in x 14 in x 13 3/8 in
ID Number
2002.0153.03
catalog number
2002.0153.03
accession number
2002.0153
Credit Line
Don and Mary Baugh
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Medicine and Science: Computers
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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