Where it all started
Long before there was the iPad or the iPhone there was the Apple I computer.
Despite selling for $666 at launch, today surviving Apple 1 machines typically fetch hundreds of thousands of dollars, due to their extreme rarity.
Every year or so, one of the about 50 remaining Apple I machines crops up at auction, often with the distinction of having been hand built by Apple co-founders Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs in Job's parents' garage in Los Altos in 1976.
The flair for design that Apple products would come to be known for is notably absent in Apple's first computer, with Apple I machines typically selling as bare boards.
With yet another Apple I computer having racked up a six-figure sum at auction yesterday, despite having a 1MHz processor and just 8KB of RAM, here are the surviving Apple I machines that have found their way onto the market over the years.
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Nick Heath is chief reporter for TechRepublic. He writes about the technology that IT decision makers need to know about, and the latest happenings in the European tech scene.