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Love Apple and have a million laying around?

Apple fanatics have been known to wait in line for hours or days on end and are willing to drop a pretty penny for their hottest gadgets. How much do you think a true Apple fan would be willing to spend on the product that started it all?

Christie’s auction house has a slew of old-time Apple products up for grabs the next two weeks such as their Translucent Macintosh SE Case, 20th Anniversary Macintosh and most impressively, the Apple 1 Personal Computer from 1976.

The Apple-1 computer that is up for auction is one of 200 that were produced. It is believed that this particular computer was one of the first 25 built by Steve Wozniak in Steve Job’s parent’s garage. Jobs and Wozniak sold the Apple-1 for $500 each to Paul Terrell of Byte Shop, in which he resold the Apple-1 for $666.66. The Apple-1’s starting bid is $300,000 and is expected to hit half a million dollars. Other Apple-1 computers have sold from $374,500 at Sotheby’s to $671,000 at Auction Team Breker.

If you have some spare cash burning a hole in your pocket… why not head to Christie’s and place a bid on a piece of history? 😉

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