1 Of Just 6 Working Apple-1 Computers In Its Original Case Is Up For Auction

Feb 3, 2021

Category: Tech

Like many of today’s global tech giants, Apple was once little more than an ambitious side project founded on a dream and operated out of an old suburban garage. However, following the resounding success that was the Apple 1 Computer, the brand was quickly catapulted into the mainstream electronics market, eventually becoming one of the industry’s leading innovators.

The example you see before you is not only one of the few surviving Apple-1’s in existence but also one of less than six to come with its original Byte Shop Koa wood case. And the best part is — its NTI board is fully operational and completely unmodified. Along with the computer, you’ll also receive the original power supply, the Datanetics Version D keyboard, as well as a period-correct Sony TV-115 monitor (recommended by Steve Jobs himself) and video regulator. Oh, and should you have any doubts as to the authenticity of the piece, it comes with a Certificate of Authenticity by Achim Baque, the acting Apple-1 Registry curator. If you’ve got a solid chunk of change burning a hole in your pocket, head over to the link below to make an offer.

Purchase: $1,500,000+

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