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    What was your first Apple product?

    For me, it was the Mac SE. I loved the dot-matrix printer, and the ability it gave me to make big banners for all occasions.
     
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    Re: What was your first Apple product?

    An Apple II which I still use which has been joined by 7 other versions of Apple computers cuminating on an iPad.
     
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    Re: What was your first Apple product?

    A Macintosh 512 in 1985.  An amazing machine for the time and the basis for owning only Apple products since then.
     
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    Re: What was your first Apple product?

    My parents had an Apple IIe!

     
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    Re: What was your first Apple product?

    A Franklin Ace 1000 - an Apple IIE knockoff which was soon, uh - eliminated by legal actions.

    I have had one of each of most Apple products including 2 Apple IIIs and 3 Lisas.

    Love ya Steve Jobs and Steve Wosniak.  Ya made my long and boring life exciting.
     
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    Re: What was your first Apple product?

    I sold Apple, IBM, and Compaq in 1982. I won and Apple III for selling a big package to six schools.   Later I got a Mac 128K machine with an Imagewriter printer to demo for A/E/C clients.  Who knew a document could be larger than my RAM?  I upgraded to a Fat Mac (512K) and thought I was really screaming ahead.
     
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    Re: What was your first Apple product?

    My first -- and only -- Apple product was a Performa PC. It was okay at first, but designed to be almost impossible to upgrade. As a result, the performance deteriorated rapidly and required replacement after a few years.

    Once burned, twice shy. Am very reluctant to purchase another Apple product after that fiasco.
     
     
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    Re: What was your first Apple product?

    First and last was an Apple ][. Nothing the company has done since has been worth bothering with.
     
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    Re: What was your first Apple product?

    We had an Apple II when I was a kid.  It's a groundbreaking machine and a huge milestone in the history of the desktop computer.  Haven't seen any worthwhile reason to own one since.
     
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    Re: What was your first Apple product?

    Bought a Mac around 1986. The screen was too small, the user interface was annoying, and the operating system was buggier than even Windows.

    About 4 years ago, realizing that Macs were now Unix-based (OS X), I bought a new Mac. I love it, but after 2 and 1/2 years they stopped supporting the operating system, and my hardware was not compatible with the newer versions of OS X.

    I'm hoping they change this policy now that Mr. Anti-Green Jeans Jobs is gone. Apple has one of the worst environmental records in the industry, which in my book makes it unhip and uncool.
     
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    Re: What was your first Apple product?

    iPhone 4 is my first apple product and i get it when i got my second salary at http://www.asiakaspalvelua.fi/ for being a call center agent.

     
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