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Hand-Crafted 1976 Wood Apple Computer Sells For US$400,000

Digital history made by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak way back in 1976, a beautiful-looking piece of tech, sold at auction in California this week for close to $550,000.

One of only 200 made, the computer, mainly the motherboard, is encased in wood from a Hawaiian koa tree.

It also comprises a keyboard, detached Panasonic monitor, two cassette tapes of Apple software and a user manual.

There were only two previous owners, and the Apple-1 personal computer last sold in 1977 for US$650.

The prototype was created by Jobs and Wozniak in a Palo Alto garage, and initially sold for a devilish US$666.66.

We’re not sure if it runs Windows 11.

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