Atlanta Computer Festival to Feature Apple Pop-Up Museum

Tuesday February 5, 2013 12:04 PM PST by Juli Clover
Atlanta's first Vintage Computer Festival Southeast will feature an array of vintage Apple products in a 6,000 square foot display space that's being called the "Apple Pop-up Museum."

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The space will be organized into several different rooms, each focusing on a different era of Apple computers:

-Pre-Apple Room
-Apple I Room
-Apple II Room
-Turmoil Years Room
-No Founders Left Room
-Jobs' Come Back Room
-Ive's Colors Room
-iPod / iPhone / iPad Room
-The Timeline Lounge
-Apple's Present to the Future Room

The Pop-Up Museum's website offers some photos of the products that will be on display at the event, which will include several hard to find Apple computers.
The exhibit displays an exclusive collection of game-changing Apple personal computers and consumer electronics products while presenting the history of the company since its founding in 1976 to the present. An Apple I, the first disk II and controller card, an original Apple II, an original Lisa and a Xerox Alto are among the rare artifacts to be displayed.
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The Apple Pop-Up Museum will be open on Saturday, April 20 and Sunday, April 21 2013. Attendees will need to pay a $10 admission fee.

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22 months ago
As cool as this sounds, the name is a bit misleading. I was imagining more of a:

Rating: 10 Votes
22 months ago

I hope you aren’t talking about the late 90s/early 2000s :cool:


I think the ones from that era will look awesome in a thousand years :D

I mean look...
Rating: 4 Votes
22 months ago

Thank god Apple products don't look like these today


Hey, that was the height of cutting edge tech fashion back in the late 70's - early 80's. Just be glad it wasn't covered in faux wood paneling like everything else was back then.
Rating: 4 Votes
22 months ago

I think the ones from that era will look awesome in a thousand years :D

I mean look...


Exactly - Timeless :cool:


Rating: 4 Votes
22 months ago
Thank god Apple products don't look like these today
Rating: 1 Votes
22 months ago

Thank god Apple products don't look like these today


I wonder what they'll be saying about today's products in 30 years?
Rating: 1 Votes
22 months ago

Then they got dumb with the candy shelled iMacs and iBooks (shown above in all their cheesy glory). That was Apple at their worst in my opinion.


That is YOUR opinion. I am certain the color iMacs helped many nervous first timers jump into the world of computing because of how inviting the color iMac were. First and foremost being the Bondi iMac.
Rating: 1 Votes
22 months ago
Just a few miles from my workplace! Yay! I'm so there...and my wife will be so bored...
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