Thursday, July 26, 2018


This guy does not have the Apple Cursor /// like ours. He has two KeyBoard Company Cursor /// that have no Apple labels on them. The tops of the Apple Cursor /// and The KeyBoard Company Cursor /// are completely different. The bottoms are completely different. Ours has the ONLY molded in plastic official Apple logo on the top. The KeyBoard Company has no Apple logo on it. The manuals are completely different. Ours has two buttons and the KeyBoard Company has one button and one switch. There is no Apple name or logo on The KeyBoard Company version. On the bottom, the molded areas for labels are in different shapes and locations. Ours has the Apple label & serial number and the other has The KeyBoard Company label and serial number. I contacted him about his errors. He has not replied, apologized or made any corrections.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Prototype Macintosh 128k Low Profile Keyboard Preserved

Original Owner's Description:

"This is a "one of a kind" prototype built at Apple's Accessory Products Division that was located in Garden Grove, CA.  This keyboard was a prototype of a low profile keyboard intended for the original 128k style Macintosh. (This design never went into production.) I worked at this facility until it was sold in 1985 and acquired the keyboard during an employee sale.  This keyboard has been stored for nearly 30 years.  I have no way to test it now, but it was a functional keyboard.  This is a unique piece of Apple Computer history"

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Welcoming the Apple Network Server 500/132 to the Orchard!

                   I have been looking for a Network Server for a long time and I finally found one!

Welcome to the Orchard Prototype Green Color Classic!

One of only two known to exist in complete form!