Disappointed with the new Macbook Pro and instead hungry for solid, proven hardware? Then you should look out for the auction, which takes place in May – where an Apple-1 in top condition is expected to be sold to a lucky owner, reports The Telegraph.
Behind the bidding standing German company Team Breker and they expect that it will be an expensive business. According to their own estimates, they will receive around 320,000 dollars for the computer.
Apple-1 was launched April 11, 1976 and consisted solely of wooden frames and a giant chip. The computer sold comes with original documents, pie charts and notes written by the late Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
However, you are neither extended warranty or AppleCare in the price.