Original Apple I computer pops up at thrift




A thrift store for electronics in the California Bay Area got delivered a remarkable product: an Apple-1 computer. This computer is only 200 pieces and it was the first Apple product by founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak has been released.

The Apple I came into the hands of Clean Bay Area, a shop where people can bring their surplus electronic equipment to. According to an employee an older woman came to bring several boxes of old electronics, so said he told NBC Bay Area. To their surprise, that among the items was a Apple I computer.

An Apple I computer emerges is rather special. There are only about 200 copies of it in total, and the product dates back to 1976, the early days of the manufacturer. Clean Bay Area brought the left computer to an auction, where it gave an amount of $ 200,000. That translates into about 183,000 euros. Who bought the computer is not otherwise known.

As the woman left no contact information so she has no knowledge of the value of its surplus electronics, which belonged to her deceased husband. Clean Bay Area hoping to track her down to give her half of the proceeds.


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