AN Apple superfan has picked adult one of a firm’s initial computers for £371,000.
The Apple we cost £525 when it launched in 1976 – a homogeneous of £3,600 today.
It came as a pack with no casing, keyboard, or monitor, and had usually 4kb memory.
It was a initial PC to come with a entirely fabricated motherboard.
The sales content described it as “an intensely absolute sys-tem for anything from building programs to personification games or using BASIC.”
Only 200 units were ever done – with usually half believed to have survived.
Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak gave owners discounts to trade them in for a inheritor model.
The instance sole on Friday was in full operative sequence and came with a primer printer, monitor, and keyboard.
Christie’s Auction residence orator James Hyslop said: “This goes to uncover usually how distant Apple has come.”
In 2016 an Apple we was sole for £640,000.
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