I was first introduced to an Apple computer (Apple Classic) back in 1994. It was the coolest thing I’ve ever come across after the PC. The colourful Apple logo and the stylist single body design awes me. It was love at first sight.
My first experience with an Apple computer was the Macintosh LCIII, one of the slickest piece of machinery I’ve ever seen (back then of course). I still remember my first tour to LIMKOKWING’s computer lab. Rows and rows of Apple Macintoshes… sweet! It was like being in computer heaven and being greeted happily by those smiley Mac logos.
My dad then bought me my first Apple Macintosh, the Powermac PPC. Spent a fortune on it but I it was worth it. I had a fair share of good and bad moments with that machine. With ‘blistering’ speed of 100 MHz processing power, 32MB RAM with 500MB harddisk space. The Powermac PPC was my best companion for the next 3 years.
When I started working, I managed to get my hands on some other Mac machines and many things change after that.
Look at the evolution of Apple computers from the image below. Click on it for larger view.