Rare Apple 1 computer goes under the hammer

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Steve Wozniak

“It’s difficult to think at the time, that there were  computers available for hundreds of thousands of dollars, out of the reach of anybody, interested getting into computing, the Apple 1 was sold famously for $666.66," said Kevin Murrell, co-founder trustee of The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC).

Recently Apple 1 computers have gone under the hammer for a considerable amount of money. In 2012, Sotheby’s in New York sold a unit for $374,500, while Auction Team Breker sold a device for $640,000.

The Apple 1 which is available to bid on the 25th of May is signed by the inventor, Steve Wozniak

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