An extraordinary portion of Apple narration will leave on sale in a while this month when auctions Apple’s first product of Christie, the Apple I private computer, for a projected $160,000-$240,000 on Nov. 23.
The Apple I, recognized by countless as the first “personal computer,” was first product offering of Apple. Roughly 200 units were hand-made by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and valued at $666.66. The computer assisted to ignite the home computer revolution when it was out in July 1976 with a totally pre-assembled motherboard.
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