Keep All Your Current Macs
and Start Looking
So you got a couple of previous
Macs which now feels old, obsolete and not up-to-date.
Keep them, clean them and maintain them to best of
your knowledge. You have just started your Apple computer
collection. If you are lucky, you might stump into
an old Apple II computer laying on a shelf somewhere
in a shop, just collecting dust.
To keep track of what you got and what you might need, download MacCollector's FileMaker
Pro Database, tailored for Apple and Macintosh collectors. Decide what you
are interested in. Perhaps you want Operating Systems from all of the world,
different monitors, special localized products, main computers, keyboards or
perhaps you want to start your own Mac Museum. Remember that most types of
collectors already exist, but don't let that make you feel bad. You are collecting
for your own interest and perhaps to get in contact with other collectors who
are willing to trade.