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Computer history. An Apple Modem 1200 next to an Apple II computer on display at a museum in Moscow. The Apple II was one of the first successful microcomputers. The modem was launched in 1983 and had a baud rate of 1200 (1200 symbols per second). The computer first went on sale in June 1977 and was in production in various updated versions until 1993. The first models had a 1MHz processor, 4 KB of RAM and an audio cassette tape machine for loading programs and storing data.
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