Collect coins, people. Another opportunity to own a piece of Apple story comes soon.
In September, an Apple-1 computer goes for sale to the highest bidder. While you may not want to rely on it for your daily needs, the Apple-1 designed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in the 1970s is fully operational.
Apple-1 expert Corey Cohen restored the machine earlier this summer, and officially given this computer an above average 8.5 / 10 rating. Auctioneers at Invaluable expect this computer to go anywhere from $ 300,000 to $ 400,000, but before you get to your wallet, it's worth noting that previous sales of different versions of Apple-1 have picked anywhere from $ 1
According to auction details, the kit contains the original Apple-1 card along with manuals, keyboard, video monitors and more.
Over the years, many of these computers have been auctioned – but by the 200 team it's Apparently only around 60-70 units left. So if you're itching to get hands on some of the remaining computers, ticking the time.
The actual sale will take place at a WeWorks in Boston on September 25th at 1:00 AM, but until then you can see a video on the computer here.