A working Apple 1 is going up for auction this week and the computer could raise more than $600,000, the computer is being auctioned by Christie’s.
The auction will take place between the 16th and 23rd of May and it is expected to raise more than $600,000, it is fully functional and comes with a range of manuals and more.
Housed in a briefcase (44.5 x 37 x 10cm.), the motherboard labelled ‘Apple Computer 1 Palo Alto Ca. Copyright 1976’ on obverse with four rows A-D, and columns 1-18, white ceramic MOS Technologies 6502 microprocessor, 8K bytes RAM in 16-pin 4K memory chips; modified cassette interface card; Datanetics keyboard supported on aluminium; green Preliminary BASIC Users manual.
You can find out more information about this working Apple 1 over at Christie’s at the link below.
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