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“BOSCUTTI’S STEVE JOBS” SCENE 93
1980 – BYTE MAGAZINE – DAY
It’s a full page advertisement from Computer Components, 5848 Sepulveda Boulevard, Van Nuys, California 91411.
A third of the way down the advertisement are two pictures. On the left a cathode ray computer terminal screen. On the right a computer workstation with printer.
Above that a boxy 1970s cartridge disk drive. The headline proclaims ’10 Megabyte Hard Disk $3,495*. The copy underneath lists the features.