An Apple I, considered the first personal computer, sold in Germany by 110.000 euros

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  • The machine was created by Steve Wozniak, advertised by Steve Jobs and presented in July 1976 with the price of 666 dollars.
  • Was the first to combine a microprocessor with a connection for a keyboard and monitor.
  • model auctioned there are only eight that can still work, explained in the auction house Breker, specializing in technology.

Apple I

A model Apple I, considered the first personal computer, has reached the price of 110.000 euros during an auction held this Saturday in Germany.

The machine, created by Steve Wozniak, advertised by Steve Jobs and presented in July 1976 with the price of 666 dollars, was the first to combine a microprocessor with a connection for a keyboard and monitor.

The model auctioned there are only eight that can still work, explained in the auction house Breker, specializing in technology. “With the computing capacity of the available you can’t even send an email,” said the director of the auction house to the news agency DPA.

all in all, this is not the most expensive unit of this computer has been auctioned. A Apple I accompanied by a letter signed by Steve Jobs, reached in 2010 the 157.000 euros in the british house Christie’s, in an event attended by the own Wozniak.

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An Apple I, considered the first personal computer, sold in Germany by 110.000 euros
Source: english  
May 22, 2017


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