There They Go Again

Apple was never shy to overprice their under-performing computers, but this has to take the cake:

‘Apple Computer A’, the prototype for the tech giant’s first ever computer, is up for sale – and could sell for more than half a million dollars at auction.  Considered ‘lost’ until recently, the prototype was hand-soldered by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in 1976, the year the company was established.  The ‘rare’ and ‘historic’ item is essentially a circuit board covered in chips and wires, embossed with the words ‘Apple Computer A ©76’.

Steve Jobs would be proud.


  1. I liked the Applie iPods that I have had. I wish they still made them. Now my music is on my phone which needs to be recharged far more often.

    The only thing that I have liked about the iphone is that its security is supposed to be top notch and very difficult for the Federales and others to hack into.


  2. It’s a collector’s item. Those always go for whatever the next richer person will pay for it, especially in today’s idiotic market where everything “collectible” is automatically considered a get rich quick scheme for shady investment firms and their stupid marks.

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