The Apple IIc was introduced in April 1984. It was Apple's first portable, with 128K memory and a 1Mhz Motorola 65C02 chip. This particular machine is an Apple IIc we have, donated by Russell Goodman of Croton-on-Hudson, New York.
In 2014, David Bohnett of California donated this concours Apple IIc Model Computer,
Monitor ,Stand, Disc IIc Model, Joystic IIc, TV Switch Box and Misc. Books and Manuals. David Bohnett originally procured the Apple IIc and IBM Model 5150 PC as part of his larger collection of vintage technology items, encompassing technology firsts, notable industrial designs, and devices with great sociological significance. Mr. Bohnett's great interest in the evolution of electronics initiated his acquisition of technology firsts, including the first cellular phone, first-generation VCR, and the original Apple iPod - to name a few. This vast array of unique technology items also includes a rare Enigma machine, popularized by the major motion picture 'The Imitation Game', and a Seeburg 1000 music system. Mr. Bohnett generously donated the Apple IIc and IBM Model 5150 to the Rhode Island Computer Museum, and by doing so, added invaluable pieces of history to the museum.