A piece of computer history that helped launch a trillion-dollar corporation comes into the auction block.
A fully functional Apple-1, which will be auctioned by the Boston RR auction in October, is one of only 60 or more original 200s designed and built in 1976 and 1977 by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
It was restored to its original operating state by Apple expert Corey Cohen. The system operated flawlessly for approximately eight hours in one test. It even contains the original keyboard from the 1970s.
It shows the humble beginnings of the Apple-based Cupertino, California, which recently became the world's first listed company worth $ 1
The originally sold Apple 1 for approximately $ 666 could get $ 300,000 or more at auction.