Talk to your Mac
Apple Microphone 590-0617, 590-0628, 590-0670, 608-0012 are stamped on the plugs. Numbers in the parts lists include 699-5071, 699-5073, 699-5073, 699-5103, 922-0649, 922-0867. Both versions may have been called PlainTalk microphones.
The first model is round and came with an adhesive backed holder – so the mic itself was removable.
The second model is more like half an egg shaped with numerous holes. A lip on the front made is designed to sit on top of the monitor. This is the omni or unidirectional microphone. The plug on this one is longer than the first model.
A) Round, may be stamped 590-0617 or 590-0628
B) Clip for A (very few of these survived) May or may not have adhesive left.
C) Round, new. Opened brown box 669-5103
D) Round, new and sealed. No number on white box.
E) Omnidirectional, may be stamped 590-0670 or 608-0012
F) Omnidirectional, new, sealed in bag (no box)
New and Sealed! Model EG63SAC
The Intermatic Electronics Surge Protector, Model EG63SAC. Features an audible alarm and screws into a grounded wall outlet in place of the cover. Then you have 6 protected outlets, 3 on each side to guard against electrical surges and spikes. Protects up to 6000 Surge Volts and 400 Clamping Volts. New and sealed.
128K through Plus
Kensington System Saver Mac. Made for the Macintosh 128K, 512K, 512KE and Plus models.
Slide it onto the top of your Mac, plug the short cable into it and the long cable into an outlet. The fan draws air up through the Mac. There are two power receptacles built in, so your external hard drive and printer can all be turned on with the two easily accessible front buttons.
Available in two colors, Beige and Platinum.
Both work great. The outer sheath of the cable on the Platinum separated at the plug end.
While it may or may not sit on top of other compact Macs, they don’t have the ventilation holes. Newer models also came with a built in fan.
New in Box!
New in box, Labtec LCW-0120 computer speakers. Uses a 3.5mm or 1/8″ stereo input jack.
Carry and store
This bag is used for transporting and storing your compact Macintosh such as the Plus or SE. Businessland, manufactured by West Ridge Designs, has compartments for your computer and keyboard, pockets for the mouse and disks. Excellent condition!
This early Palm Pilot has some marks in the middle of the display. They do not seem to interfere with it’s usability – powers right up with a couple of AAA batteries.
Because the display has what I suspect are permanent marks in it, it is being sold for parts and accessories. You can purchase all of it or just what you need for the same low price. And, of course you can have the Palm Pilot as well, if you want it.
• Palm Pilot Professional
• Cradle for computer connection – DB9 serial cable
• DB9 to Mini Din 8 Serial cable
• Palm Pilot Handbook
• Palm Pilot Handbook for Macintosh
• Palm Pilot CD – System Requirements – Windows 95, NT 4.0, 3.1x – 386 or higher
• Palm Pilot Floppy Disks for Macintosh – System Requirements – OS 7.1 or higher – 68040 or Power PC
Similar to many power control centers used for actual desktop computers of the ’80’s and ’90’s, this Power Supervisor was meant to sandwich under the computer or between the computer and monitor. 5 shielded outlets with individual switches as well as a Master on off switch provides all the outlets you need for your computer. While in good condition, there are some scratches, scuffs and even a small dent on one side.
This appears to be the standard computer security lock that fits in the case of most classic Macs, and maybe drives, monitors and printers.
If your device has an opening with an icon of a chain or lock that is approx 3/4″ x 3/16″ then this will work. Total length is approx 1-3/4″.
Insert the lock from the inside of the computer and run a cable through the hole to secure it from theft.
This one is marked “Grimes” USK-08 on one side and 2 on the other.