Apple I goes on auction for £150,000?

Shell out a cool £150,000 for the first of the Apples

The first Apple that started the Apple story heads for the auction block

Around 200 of the Apple-1 computers were made in 1976. Not many are still around today.

Christie's auction house in London though, have put up an Apple-1 for sale. According to reports, the father of all current Apple computers is expected to raise up to £150,000.

The first Apple product that was made by founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in Jobs' family's garage in 1976 was sold for £410 at the time.

These computers didn't have a monitor or a keyboard, but came with a memory of 8Kb. Bet your 1GB iPod is looking good now!

The Apple-1 will be auctioned by Christie's on 23 November. Included with the computer is its original packaging, manuals, a letter from Steve Jobs and an extra cassette interface.

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Via: ITProPortal