You don't hear Apple talk much about the original Apple days any more, unless you're listening to Woz, that is. So it seems unlikely that Tim Cook will bid on this original — and apparently still functional — Apple I, a snip at only $US180,000. It's going up at Sotheby's in what appears to be the same auction as that Steve Jobs Atari memo, and is expected to fetch between $US120,000 and $US180,000 — or in computing terms, the same price as around 2900 Raspberry Pi systems. [Sotheby's]
What's An Apple I Worth? About $US180,000
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