Apple’s First PC Likely To Hit $160K At Auction

Apple, one of the giants of the tech world are not only growing in products but in revenue as well. But have we ever wondered how it all started and what some of the earlier devices looked like?

Well now, at Christie’s auction house, Apple’s first ever product the, “Apple I PC” will be auctioned in it’s original shipping box and cassette interface including a signed letter from CEO Steve Jobs, on November 23. With only 30 to 50 Apple I PC’s to be found worldwide this can be named as a rare piece of technology being put on display to bidders, and is estimated to be sold in the region of between $160,000 to $240,000. According to AppleInsider when first offered in 1976, the personal computer was hand-built by Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak and was priced at $666.66. On November 23, it is hoped to sell for at least 60 times it’s original price.

It was reported that an Apple I in 1999 sold for a whooping $50,000.

Will you be hot-footing it to Christie’s? With Apple revolutionising the tech world since the seventies, what would you say is your favorite Apple product? To find out what else is on offer on November 23, log onto AppleInsider.