Introducing Apple II (Sep, 1977)
This was when you could still buy the Apple II as a kit with just the motherboard. Also the floppy drive wasn’t released until the year after this ad.
Introducing Apple II.
The home computer that’s ready to work, play and grow with you.
Clear the kitchen table. Bring in the color T.V. Plug in your new Apple II? and connect any standard cassette recorder/player. Now you’re ready for an evening of discovery in the new world of personal computers.
Only Apple II makes it that easy. It’s a complete, ready to use computerâ€”not a kit. At $1298, it includes features you won’t find on other personal computers costing twice as much.
THE NEW HEATHKIT PERSONAL COMPUTING SYSTEMS (Sep, 1977)
These are pretty sweet. I would love to have a kit-built paper tape reader at home.
THE NEW HEATHKIT PERSONAL COMPUTING SYSTEMS
H8: 8-bit Computer $375
H11: 16-bit Computer
H9: Video Terminal
H10: Paper Tape Reader/Punch
The new VALUE-STANDARD in personal computing systems! Play exciting and challenging computer games, exercise your imagination and ingenuity with do-it-yourself creative programming, store and retrieve personal records like taxes and budgets, solve complex mathematics and scientific problems almost instantly, control your home appliances for best energy savings and efficiency â€” literally thousands of fascinating, exciting and practical applicatons. The Heathkit computer systems are low-priced, versatile and reliable â€” they’re the ones to have for REAL power and performance!