If you think today’s Apple computers are expensive, then a working copy of the first Apple I, serial number 22, is probably out of your league. The relic, thought to be part of the first batch of 50 machines assembled by Steve Wozniak in Steve Jobs’ family’s garage, went for $905,000 at a New Zealand auction.

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Members of the SeniorNet and Learning in Retirement programs during the 1990’s will be interested in this item.


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