This three-color translucent pen is hot pink, royal blue, and bright green with a white Apple logotype in Apple Garamond (Apple’s corporate font from 1984–2003). The pen was made in Germany.
This barrel-shaped pen is translucent kelly green with a white logo and matte silver accents. I have two of these in my collection, sealed in the original packaging.
This pen is translucent gray with a matte silver clip and other accents. Its Apple logo is silver.
I have 10 of these pens in my collection, all in original packaging.
This pen is matte silver and red with chrome accents and a chrome-colored Apple logo.
This classic capped Apple pen features a white Apple logotype in Apple Garamond (Apple’s corporate font from 1984–2003). The cap is threaded and when removed reveals a purple interior.
The pen is made from all six of Apple’s colors (from the original logo). The pen was made in Germany.
This black pen features matte silver accents and a white Apple logo. The lower part of the pen has a rubber texture and flares inward.
I have three of these pens in my collection, all in original packaging.
This matte black pen features chrome-colored accents and a chrome Apple logo. It is stored in its original velvet-textured enclosure.
This white pen is made by Parker and features a multicolor logotype in Apple Garamond (in five of Apple’s six logo colors). The pen is from Parker’s Vector collection and includes an ink cartridge in its original box.
This white 4×6-inch note pad features a bright green Apple logo in the upper-left corner. I have two of these note pads in my collection.
This black nylon notebook has a black Apple logo on the front and holds a full 8.5×11-inch pad of paper. The outside has a pocket on one side, and the inside features a large pocket, a zippered pocket, five spaces for business cards (including one with a clear window), a loop for a pen, and a square pocket approximately the size of a 3.5-inch floppy disk.
This notebook came from the Executive Briefing Center in Cupertino, California (when it was located in the Infinite Loop Campus). The custom-printed pad of paper is printed with a black Apple logo and the logotype Executive Briefing Center in red in the Apple Garamond font. The entire notebook can be zipped closed. The manufacturer is Gemline.
Apple maintains a few Executive Briefing Centers worldwide for the purpose of hosting current and potential customers to discuss and provide training on Apple products and services and/or host various groups and individuals who use Apple products and services. One Executive Briefing Center is located in Cupertino, California, at Apple’s main campus (formerly Infinite Loop, now at the main “spaceship” campus), and another is located in Chicago’s Loop, overlooking the Apple Store at Michigan Avenue on the riverfront.
Apple sometimes provides Briefing Center attendees with pens and/or notebooks, depending upon the nature of the meeting.