Jobs was thrilled to give him a private demo.
"Take a look at this," he said.
"You're going to like what you see."
Terrell was impressed enough to hand Jobs and Woz his card.
"Keep in touch," he said.
"I'm keeping in touch,"
Jobs announced the next day when he walked barefoot into the Byte Shop.
He made the sale. Terrell agreed to order fifty computers.
But there was a condition: He didn't want just $50 printed circuit boards,
for which customers would then have to buy all the chips and do the assembly.
That might appeal to a few hard-core hobbyists, but not to most customers.
Instead he wanted the boards to be fully assembled.
For that he was willing to pay about $500 apiece, cash on delivery.
为此他愿意每台出价 500 美元，货到付款，现金结账。
Jobs immediately called Wozniak at HP.
"Are you sitting down?" he asked.
Wozniak said he wasn't.
Jobs nevertheless proceeded to give him the news.
"I was shocked, just completely shocked," Wozniak recalled.
"I will never forget that moment."
To fill the order, they needed about $15,000 worth of parts.
Allen Baum, the third prankster from Homestead High, and his father agreed to loan them $5,000.
Jobs tried to borrow more from a bank in Los Altos, but the manager looked at him and, not surprisingly, declined.
He went to Haltek Supply and offered an equity stake in Apple in return for the parts,
but the owner decided they were "a couple of young, scruffy-looking guys," and declined.
Alcorn at Atari would sell them chips only if they paid cash up front.
Finally, Jobs was able to convince the manager of Cramer Electronics to call Paul Terrell to confirm that he had really committed to a $25,000 order.
Terrell was at a conference when he heard over a loudspeaker that he had an emergency call (Jobs had been persistent).
当时特雷尔正在开会，他听到喇叭里在叫他，说有紧急来电（乔布斯不停地打电话 ) 。
The Cramer manager told him that two scruffy kids had just walked in waving an order from the Byte Shop.
克拉默公司的经理对他说，两个衣着邋遢的小子走进自己的店里，挥舞着一张 Byte Shop 的订单。
Was it real?
Terrell confirmed that it was, and the store agreed to front Jobs the parts on thirty-day credit.
1.take a look at 看一看
例句：I wish you could bring me to take a look at it next time.
2.keep in touch 保持联系
例句：Keep in touch, and looking forward to future pleasant cooperation with you!
3.make the sale 做成买卖
例句：They almost always say yes because they want to make the sale.
4.cash on delivery 货到付款
例句：Our terms of payment are cash on delivery.