Collect your coins, people. Another opportunity to own a piece of Apple history is coming soon.
In September, an Apple 1 computer will be sold to the highest bidder. While you do not want to rely on it for your daily needs, the Apple 1 – designed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in the 1970s – is fully functional.
Apple 1 expert Corey Cohen restored the machine earlier this summer and officially gave this computer an above-average rating of 8.5 / 10. Invaluable auctioneers expect this computer to be somewhere between $ 300,000 and $ 400,000, but before you grab your wallet, you should note that previous sales of various versions of the Apple-1
According to auction details, the set contains the original Apple 1 board as well as manuals, keyboard, video monitor and more.
Over the years, many of these computers have been auctioned – but of the 200 produced, only 60 to 70 are left. So, if you feel like picking up one of the remaining computers, time is ticking.
The actual sale will take place on 25.09. At 13:00 in a WeWorks in Boston, but until then you can watch a video of the computer here.