The Apple 1 computer made by Jobs is unveiled on eBay

According to foreign media IGN, the Apple 1 computer made by Job himself is on the shelves of foreign second-hand e-commerce platform eBay, with a price tag of 1.5 million US dollars. This computer was built by Jobs and his partner Wozniak in the garage in 1976. It was one of the first 50 units.


In that year, Jobs sold his Volkswagen minibus to make this batch of computers. The Apple1 computer was priced at 666.66 US dollars, and a total of 200 units were produced. After that, Jobs launched the Apple II computer in 1977 and then discontinued Apple1. According to eBay information and Apple-1 registration page information, there are currently only 6 computers with original wooden boxes. Fortunately, the mainboard of this computer is also working normally, and it is also equipped with Sony’s original TV-115 monitor. The monitor was later equipped by the seller, but the model and production date are the same as the original Apple 1.


It is informed that the seller stated that in addition to the monitor, the keyboard cable of the computer was also replaced, and the rest of the computer was very good, and there was no bump or damage. The seller bought the computer in 1978 for a few hundred dollars. In 2014, the transaction price of this computer was as high as 905,000 US dollars.