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There were few buyers for the first Apples until Paul Terrell, owner of electronics retailer Byte Shop, placed an order for
If you think modern Apple computers are expensive, prepare to have your mind blown. During a 16-day online auction that ended on Tuesday, Christie's sold 10 old Apple computers and accessories, and they fetched some outrageous prices.
The Apple //e computer was manufactured around 1983 or 1984, and was the first Apple computer to use "custom chips." A working
Last November, an Apple-1 sold for $640,000 at an auction in Germany. That sale surpassed the previous record of $374,500
According to Computer World, the Apple-1 was introduced in 1976 for $666.66. Co-founder Steve Wozniak would hand-build the
According to the Sotheby's listing, about 50 Apple I computers remain in existence, but only six are known to be in working
Christie's, an exclusive London auction house, is selling one of Apple's very first personal computers, the Apple I (aka