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Vintage Mac Museum编辑

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[* black] As everything changes, everything remains the same. Here's a side-by-side comparison of a single button [link|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkqiDu1BQXY&feature=youtu.be&t=1m10s|voice command unit|new_window=true] and a magic-based, gesture-capable directional unit.
[* black] The Mac 128K came bundled with the Apple Mouse II, denoted by the Model Number M0100. It utilizes a D-subminiature serial connector (DE-9DB-9 to be exact).
[* black] The Mac 128K came bundled with the Apple Mouse II, denoted by the Model Number M0100. It utilizes a D-subminiature serial connector (DE-9DB-9 to be exact).
[* icon_note] Thirty years of progress has brought some minor changes for the button pusher—a thinner, wireless model of a near-identical keyboard.
[* icon_note] Another variation: we now have arrow keys! Apple scuttled the arrows on the original Mac so people would be forced to use the mouse, a ''brand-new accessory'' at the time.
[* black] '''Cult of Mac '''adds: And this trend continued. With the release of the first iMac in 1998, Apple jetisoned SCSI and serial ports in favor of USB, a brand-new interconnect at the time. People were not immediately pleased at the time. ''Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose.''