COMPUTER HISTORY: The seller says on the ad that the computer was built by the founders of the apple brand, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak
The computer in question was allegedly purchased second-hand in 1978 from a computer store in Canada. It has since been stored in very good conditions. The ad mentions that the device was built by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak themselves. At the time, the latter produced only 200 copies of the Apple 1.
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Original wooden case
The seller also states that the device works perfectly, which is quite rare for a computer of this age. It features the original Koa wood case. The latter comes from the Byte Shop, the first computer hardware store in history and the first to market the Apple-1. The motherboard has not been modified.
In 2019, an Apple 1 computer was auctioned off by the British house Christie’s. Bought 666 dollars (597 euros) in 1976, it was snapped up for 371,260 pounds (422,000 euros).