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Apple 1 Computer Sells for over $800,000

The first know Apple computer known as the Apple I computer fetches over $800,000 at Charity Auction. Apple’s first computer built in 1976 was known as the most Hi-Tech computer of its time. The computer was sold with no case, just the motherboard, and the size made it much smaller than other competing computers at the time. Most computers at this time used different motherboards for each component, but Steve Wozniak decided to integrate them into a single board. The computer has a cassette interface board, and 4 KB of memory, with an expansion slot for another 4 KB.

It is believed that no more than 70 of these Apple 1 computers are in existence today. The Apple 1 computer originally sold for a price of $666.66, and about 175 of the 200 Apple computers were sold. The computer was discontinued in October of 1977, and was replaced by the Apple 2 computer.

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