This is a vintage Apple III Computer. It was used in a clinical research laboratory. The case is yellowed with age. The label on the bottom of the computer indicates it was a 128K machine. The only software I have is the Apple diagnostic disk and it seems to indicate the memory is 256K. There is an external floppy drive. The diagnostic disk seek light comes on in the test for the external drive. Obviously the power light comes on, on the keyboard. I was able to load t...he diagnostic disk and run it without problems. The only card in the machine is a rare Softcard III which will allow the machine to run CP/M. The internal floppy disk drive needs to be manually raised very slightly to insert the floppy disk. The external floppy disk does not have this issue. The 7 keycap on the numeric pad was broken, though 7 still works when tapped. A replacement 7 key cap and base are included. (I haven’t had the time or patience to disassemble the keyboard area to repair) The monitor is included and the photos of the software running were taken on this monitor. All power cordsand cables are included. The photos are of the computer and the various pages of the diagnostic disk running. The diagnostic disk is included.Original manuals for the Apple III can be found from various sources like e-Bay. An Internet search will also find sources where the manuals can be downloaded.Again software for the Apple III can be found on e-Bay. All of the software appears to be in the public domain, and can be downloaded. The challenge is to create 5 1/4 “floppies that are compatible. There are links on how to do this. (I haven’tried them).The weight of the Apple III is is 28.4 lbs, the monitor is 14.8 lbs, and the external floppy is 4.5 lbs. This information is provided to help you understand the shipping costs and handling expenses. In addition the computer, monitor and drive will be professionally packed toe reduce the possibility of damage.