The first Apple computer created by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak is up for grabs

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The late Steve Jobs is hailed as a revolutionary who changed the way technology is used in our day to day lives today. Thanks to him and his brainchild Apple Inc. developed along with Steve Wozniak, computing, listening to music on the go and a bunch of other now-conventional activities has been made easier. Here’s a chance to grab some Apple memorabilia for yourself with Sotheby’s latest offer, a fully-functional example of the first Apple personal computer ever conceived, the Apple 1.

Sporting an original cassette interface, operating manuals and an extremely rare BASIC User’s Manual, this indeed is the perfect tribute to the game changing personal computer, the Apple 1. To be auctioned on the 15th of June with an expected fetching price of up to $180,000, this Apple 1 example is worth the take!
Apple 1 Computer fetched $374,500.
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[Artdaily][Sothebys]

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