Miniature Computer Museum
The original Apple Computer - now referred to as the Apple 1 - was hand-made by Steve Wozniak with Jobs, in the 1970s.
The machines sold for $666.66.
At that time only 200 were made and there are only 6 are still working
A fully operational Apple 1 computer has been sold at auction for $365,000.
Even though it is the first personal computer, it is outrageous!
Which tells how much the value of Apple 1 is in the history of personal computers.
Here, MCM (Miniature Computer Museum) gives you the same model for a fraction of its original price.
Of course it doens't really work. So you only need to buy the component part you want.
Main board of Apple 1
Keyboard of Apple 1
Monitor of Apple 1
Casette deck of Apple 1
Trangister of Apple 1
As a collection, each piece has magnet on the back.
MCM can be attached on a refrigerator at your house or any metal surface.
Miniature Computer Museum makes this design with a FDM 3D printer.
It is carefully printed, painted and assembled.
We hope you consider the minor roughness of the 3D printing craftsmanship.
You can compare the size with a lego figure.
Satisfy your collecter needs with this Miniature Computer Museum Set!
Everyday computer were not widespread in the beginning.
But now, computers are everywhere. This is why old computer models are more special.
The MCM Set hopes to help recollect your memories of old gadgets
I am designing more machines and computer models, soon to be on my store. I hope you are looking forward to seeing them!