Attention Apple fanatics! Want a piece of Apple history? Have around $120k-$180k lying around? Well you my friend can own an Apple I computer. Sotheby’s auction house is auctioning a fully working Apple I computer, which is the original design that was built by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak all the way back in 1976…by hand. The expected price is around $140k-$180k, and that will get you a mother board, cassette interface, and the original BASIC manual to help you get started programming your 1976 machine.
As some of you may know, this is not the first Apple I that has been put up for auction, but there are only 200 in existence, so the winner will be joining a rank made of very few among Apple enthusiast. So if you have some cash to burn and want a piece of not only Apple history but computer history in general, hit up the source link.