Anatomy of an Icon: Inside the Apple IIc

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Spare Parts
Atop the gloriously stained wood grain of my workbench, you can see all the items I removed from inside the IIc: the keyboard, the internal power converter, the internal disk drive, and the carrying handle. The handle (normally located at the back of the machine) made the IIc easily portable and also doubled as a stand to angle the keyboard (and the computer) upward while in use. The disk drive unit is heavily shielded, and Apple painted its top black so you couldn't see it through the IIc's top vent slots. That would have been gross.

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