Monday, February 25, 2013

An exhibition displays the most curious pieces of Apple

Screen Shot 2013 02 23 at 9.09.12 PM Una exposición muestra las piezas más curiosas de Apple

With over 30 years of history, Apple has surprised in every decade, with revolutionary products, but also curious pieces that become part of an exhibition now located in the city of Roswell (Georgia, USA). Most of the exhibits in the exhibition belong to the American collector Lonnie Mimms, who was contacted by the founder of the Historical Society of Computers in Atlanta.

In the museum we found from the Apple Lisa computer until the latest iPods launched. It also displays the original Apple I computer, now valued at $ 500,000, according to the website listed on Mashable . But not everything goes to devices in this museum also displays other curious items such as posters used in the campaign 'Think Different'.

Those responsible have divided the sample pieces at different stages of the company, dedicating space to a particular vision of Apple's vice president of design, Jonathan Ive, who has played a key role in the success of the company.

Undoubtedly it will be an interesting place to visit and learn more about the products of the bitten apple, even though Apple itself did not contribute to the exposure. Too bad fate caught us a bit off.

More- Steve Jobs already has his wax figure at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Source- Mashable

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