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Apple 1 Computer Handmade by Steve Jobs and Wozniack on Auction

The first personal computer model from Apple, who founders of the company Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak manually compiled is expected to fetch a price of nearly $389,525! The first computer developed by late Steve Jobs, the Apple 1, which first showed up with a price of $666, and still work flawlessly has lately shown up with a price-tag, ready for sale!

Beginning of the modern era of computer and the Apple was in 1975. The result of this first attempt, resulting Wozniak moves the technical brilliance, was the Apple I computer, which came on the market 11.4. in 1976.

Apple I Computer

A computer with an internal memory of 8 kilobytes, without a monitor and keyboard was first presented to the public in 1976 in the “club amateur computer” in California. The computer did not come across well received by those present, except for Tere Half Byte Shop the store owner, who ordered 50 copies of the computer, priced at $666 and payment upon delivery, provided that they are fully assembled (according to the original plans Apple 1 is sold as a set of parts that assembled the users themselves).

The computer is capable of some basic tasks, all of which were considered a marvel of technology back in 1976, when this little computer climbed over its contemporary’s shoulders. Steve Jobs, along with fellow founder Steve Wozniak created 200 units of the Apple 1.

Previously, two Apple 1 computers were sold for $240,000 and $640,000 respectively. [Auction Team Breker]

Apple I Computer

Fully functional Apple 1 computer handmade by Steve Jobs and Wozniack to go under the hammer

Fully functional Apple 1 computer handmade by Steve Jobs and Wozniack to go under the hammer

Fully functional Apple 1 computer handmade by Steve Jobs and Wozniack to go under the hammer

Apple I Computer

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Written by Michoni

Milan Jovicic's passion is cars, men fashion and gadgets. As an editor and blogger for Extravaganzi he writes articles about fast and luxury vehicles, yachts and fashion, especially interested in expensive watches. When not working, he enjoys watching F1 and motorcycle racing.

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