Right here’s an update for all the collectors of venerable Apple Computer-wares out there. If you’ll recall, it was a few weeks back when Sotheby’s released it would auction off an Apple 1 motherboard, cassette interface and its BASIC programs reference book, set to bring upwards of $ 180,000. Merely this week, the hand-built piece of computing history from 1979 was offered to one lucky phone bidder for a more massive $ 374,500. As Apple Expert indicates, the laptop is among 6 that’s accounted for from 50 that are likely still out there– guaranteeing these will just continue to be for people with deep pockets undoubtedly. Past that, a hand-written note from Steve Jobs during his time at Atari was additionally on the auction block, winning $ 27,500 even though it was just predicted to sell for less than half that cost. Understanding the price of collecting a premiere piece (perhaps) from the fruits of Woz and Jobs, it most certainly makes that new MacBook Pro with Retina display appear like a grand deal in contrast. Information at the links below.
PermalinkApple Expert|Sotheby’s (1), (2)|Email this|Remarks
- Installing Virtue OLED Board & Laser Eyes in Dye DM9 Paintball Gun
- Bridging Digital and Physical Worlds With SixthSense
- Official Angry Birds 3 Star Walkthrough Theme 3 Levels 1-5
- HTC Schubert
- Sketching Out a Future for the Stylus