From the description:
"This is the personal Apple II of Jef Raskin used at Information Appliance in developing the highly acclaimed and much studied Swyft and Canon Cat 'Work Processor' software. The two Apple keys and space bar have been changed in size to allow "Leap" keys. The unit includes Jef's SwyftCard firmware and key labels. The wood palmrest is the prototype for a patent. Note the hole as a carry handle. By the way, it all works. This represents a unique development in the history of personal computing and human interface design. The late Jef Raskin was the creator of the Macintosh project at Apple and the author of 'The Humane Interface'. If you are looking here out of curiosity, a quick google search will turn up many items and interviews. This computer is among those pictured at the digital museum site and the Raskin Center. The Swyft/Cat interface was first developed and tested on the Apple II and worked so well that it became a product -- the SwyftCard or Swyftware. If desired, I can include a boxed Swyftcard with tutorial disk and manual with new keyboard labels. Like all the developer's Apples at IAI, the lid of the case was soon discarded due to the need to swap cards or run diagnostic cables. This computer comes with a System II monitor stand with power and key as well as Jef's dual joysticks used with is simulator for RC aircraft -- he was an award winning RC acrobatic flyer. Jef's desk copies of a couple of manuals for graphics tablets and graphics software are included. You hear the once in a lifetime opportunity on eBay too often. However, this is a one-of-a-kind system designed and owned by a great inventor and visionary of the modern computer age who left us all too soon. I was privileged to work for him at the time but have no place to keep all my memorabilia. This computer needs a good home with someone who appreciates it as the artifact it is."
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