The computer that sparked the revolution in home computing!
Bid to win one of the first models of the Apple-I computer, originally owned by friend and associate of Steve Wozniak, Adam Schoolsky.
The Apple-I Computer is considered the origin of the personal computer revolution and was built in Steve Jobs’ parents’ home on Crist Drive in Los Altos, CA. 200 were hand-built by Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs' sister, and their team, but it is believed that less than 60 are still in existence.
The “Schoolsky” Apple-I is an original Apple-I “NTI” board initially acquired by Adam Schoolsky from internal stock sans Integrated Circuits when he was an employee of Apple. This Apple-I was authenticated by Apple Expert and Historian, Corey Cohen.
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The Apple-I board is a not just a piece of history, but a piece of art.
“Schoolsky” Apple-I Items Included in Set:
Corey Cohen indicated the Apple -I manual and the Apple-I Cassette Interface manual are in the very best condition of any he has evaluated. Corey gives the documentation package with this computer a 9 out of 10.
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